Sarah Fox read Music at London University before taking a Postgraduate Diploma in Vocal studies at the Royal College of Music. She won the Kathleen Ferrier Award in 1997 and the John Christie Award in 2000.
In 2000, Sarah Fox made her debut for Glyndebourne Festival as Karolka (Jenufa), returning in 2002 as Zerlina (Don Giovanni) and in 2003 as Susanna (Le Nozze di Figaro). With Glyndebourne on tour she has sung Marzelline (Fidelio) and Miss Wordsworth (Albert Herring).
In 2004, Sarah Fox made her debut with the Royal Opera Covent Garden as Woglinde (Das Rheingold), returning to the house in 2005 as Waldvogel (Siegried) and in 2006 as Woglinde (Gotterdammerung). In 2007 she will sing Zerlina (Don Giovanni) and in 2008 Woglinde (Das Rheingold and Gotterdammerung).
Further British engagements include Ann Page (Sir John in Love) with English National Opera, Merab (Saul) with Opera North and Servilia (La Clemenza di Tito) with Welsh National Opera. At the Edinburgh Festival, her roles have included Iphis (Jephtha) and Cleofide (Poro).
Sarah Fox made her international debut as Ilia (Idomeneo) with De Vlaamse Opera.
In 2005, Sarah Fox made her debut with the Bayerische Staatsoper Munchen as Michal (Saul), returning to the house in 2006 as Eurydice (Orphee et Euridice). In 2008, she will sing Asteria (Tamerlano).
Sarah Fox made her debut at the Salzburg Festival in 2005 as Second Niece (Peter Grimes). She will return to the Festival in 2007 as Woglinde (Das Rheingold).
Further European engagements include Susanna (Le Nozze di Figaro) for the Royal Danish Opera, Arianna (Arianna in Creta) for the Nationale Reisoper and Karolka (Jenufa) at the Deutsche Oper Berlin.
In 2004, Sarah Fox made her North American debut as Zerlina (Don Giovanni) at the Cincinnati Opera Festival.
Her operatic career has included collaborations with numerous prominent conductors, including: Harry Bicket, Sir Ivor Bolton, Emanuelle Haim, Louis Langree, Sir Charles Mackerras, Antonio Pappano, Sir Simon Rattle and Mark Wigglesworth.
Her recordings include Woglinde (Das Rheingold) with the Berliner Philharmoniker under the baton of Sir Simon Rattle; Vivaldi Sacred Music with the Choir of Kings College Cambridge for EMI; Songs by Cecil Cole with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Martyn Brabbins for Hyperion; Vaughan Williamsí Christmas Music with the City of London Sinfonia under the baton of Sir Richard Hickox for Chandos and Zweiter Dame (Die Zauberflote) with the London Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Sir Charles Mackerras, also for Chandos.
Future plans include Zerlina (Don Giovanni) and Woglinde (Der Ring des Niebelungen) for the Royal Opera Covent Garden, Woglinde at the Aix-en-Provence and Salzburg festivals and Asteria (Tamerlano) for the Bayerische Staatsoper Munchen.
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