Award winning soprano Joanne McGahon is an international performer of startling versatility, known for her ability to portray a vast range of music with great passion and understanding.
As an experienced vocalist and recital artist, Joanne has performed at various concert halls and cathedrals around England as well as regularly touring Italy. Joanne charms her audience wherever she goes, whether as an imposing and dramatic opera singer or with the delicate and thoughtful beauty of Oratorio singing.
Recent appearances include Watford Coliseum, Alban Arena, Woburn Abbey, Winchester and Wells Cathedral, The Brighton Dome, Hendon RAF Museum, The Hackney Empire, St. James Piccadilly and St. Albans Cathedral.
Joanne is a talented recording artist, performing on television and film soundtracks as well as recently recording an album with classical guitarist Darren Loveday. Her dulcet tones have been heard on BBC Radio 4 and BBC Radio 2.
Joanne trained with English National Opera in 2003 and was awarded “The Voice of North London” in 2006. Most recently, Joanne was voted “Best Classical Artist” in the MP3 Music Awards 2009.
In addition, Joanne has had the privilege of receiving vocal coaching from the wonderful Norman Welsby and highly talented Anna Tilbrook as well as working with Mary King, Leah Haussman, Rufus Norris, English National Opera, The Fitzwilliam Quartet, Adoramus Choir and Orchestra and The Classical Prom Company.