Based in Canterbury, Lucinda has performed as a soprano soloist across Kent and the South East. Classically trained, she has sung a wide variety of repertoire, from opera and oratorio to musical theatre and contemporary classical song. Lucinda has performed with choral societies and ensembles as a soloist as well as guest soloist for a number of events and concerts.
Lucinda Drelaud was raised in the Channel Island of Jersey, and studied voice and piano under the tutelage of Roy Picot LRAM, Gitte Maj Donoghue and Prof. Jane Highfield of the Royal Academy and Guild Hall School of Music.
Lucinda holds Masters and Bachelor of Music degrees from Canterbury Christ Church University. Whilst studying, she received the Larissa Lovelock Memorial Scholarship as well as 1st Prize in the Charles Greenacre Vocal Competition.
Performances & Engagements
Most recently Lucinda was pleased to join the panel for the Equator Festival Choir Competition, Ashford. She joined three other panellists to provide feedback on a number of performances by local choirs and soloists.
In March 2015 Lucinda joined Dover Choral Society as the soprano soloist for Dvorak's Mass in D, and performed Olivet To Calvary with Swale Community Choir in Milton Regis.
Upcoming performances include a work with the Leon String Quartet as part of the Free Range series: Dimitri Scarlato's piece 'Time & Eternity' based on the writings of Emily Dickinson.