One of the exceptional operatic sopranos of her generation comes to St John’s for a recital
  • Date 27 April 2024 - 7.30 p.m.
  • Location Auditorium, Garden Quad, St John's College


In her recital, titled, ‘And Still I Sing’, Alexandria Wreggelsworth presents a riveting programme of staggeringly diverse and engaging repertoire, including:

'Ain’t it a Pretty Night?' from Susannah (Carlisle Floyd)
Proses Lyriques (Claude Debussy)
Three Poems of Fiona MacLeod (Charles Griffes)
Four Lieder, Op. 27 (Richard Strauss)
Letter Scene from Eugene Onegin (Pyotr Tchaikovsky)
6 Poems After Pushkin, Op. 36 (Nikolay Medtner)

About Alexandria
American Soprano Alexandria Wreggelsworth is fast building an impressive portfolio of operatic roles. She was most recently an Emerging Artist at Mascarade Opera Studio (Florence), and received an Artist Diploma from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama (London), where she also achieved her Masters in Performance.

Among her many roles, Alexandria’s current highlights include performing the roles of Tatyana (Eugene Onegin) and Mimì (La bohème) on the stage at La Fenice as part of a scenes programme collaboration with the opera house and MOS. She also had the pleasure to perform the full role of Tatyana with Orchestra Vox (Oxford) in 2019 and Mimì for Cyprus Opera Studio (Nicosia) in 2018. Other roles include Nedda (Gianni Schicchi), Eurydice (Gluck’s Orfeo), and the title role of Suor Angelica.

Alexandria has also made an appearance as the Soprano Soloist for Verdi’s Requiem, as well as performing in several recitals over the years with Mascarade Opera Studio, Guildhall School of Music and Drama, the Barbican Centre, Oxford University, Song in the City, and the St. Marylebone Festival.

Book tickets on the Orchestra Vox website here.