British Soprano, Isabelle Peters, completed her Masters at the Guildhall School under the tutelage of John Evans and gained her Undergraduate degree at the Royal Northern College of Music with Deborah Rees.
Isabelle’s roles include 'Fiordiligi' (Cosi fan tutte, Bertie Baigent, Waterperry Opera Festival, 2020) where she was described as "perhaps the finest singer on display in her accomplished solo numbers, despite the demands they make" (Roy Westbrook, Bachtrack), '1st Bridesmaid' (The Marriage of Figaro, English National Opera, 2020) and ‘Pamina’ (Die Zauberflöte, Bertie Baigent, Waterperry Opera Festival, 2019) where "Isabelle Peters, as Pamina, impresses with her gloriously rich soprano voice and the dramatic intensity of her arias" (Ox in a Box, 2019), ‘First Lady’ (Covered/ Performed 'Opera First', Garsington Opera, Alvarez Young Artist, Die Zauberflöte, 2018) and ‘Dorabella’ (Cosi fan tutte, 2016, Royal Northern College of Music) where she was described to have “warmth of tone as well as vibrant and appealing stage presence.” (Seen and Heard International). Isabelle was a 19/20 English National Opera Fellow and whilst with the company she covered the roles of 'Frasquita' (Carmen, Bizet) and 'Yum-Yum' (The Mikado, Sillivan).
Isabelle is the 2017 winner of the 'Franz-Schubert-Institut Lieder Prize' and the 'Chartered Surveyors' Award for Voice' and has taken part in masterclasses with Graham Johnson, Elly Ameling, Iain Burnside, Julius Drake, Andreas Schmidt, Robert Holl, Sir John Tomlinson, Sir Thomas Allen, and Susan Bullock, among others. Isabelle was generously supported throughout her Postgraduate degree by Help Musicians UK, Worshipful Company of Chartered Surveyors and the Guildhall School Trust.
Isabelle is a current Welsh National Opera Associate Artist 2020/21.