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Elizabeth Cragg studied at the Royal College of Music and has sung with many of Europe’s leading conductors‚ including Sir Simon Rattle‚ Sir Mark Elder‚ Vladimir Jurowski‚ Sir Neville Marriner‚ Sir Roger Norrington and Trevor Pinnock. Concert appearances include Mozart’s Mass in C minor with The Sixteen and The Bach Choir‚ Handel’s Messiah with The Sixteen and the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra‚ Haydn’s The Creation at the Three Choirs Festival‚ Mozart’s Concert Arias with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra‚ Handel’s Dixit Dominus and Bach’s St Matthew Passion with The English Concert‚ Bach’s Cantatas with The Hanover Band and Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas with the OAE at the BBC Proms. Operatic engagements include Flowermaiden 1 in Parsifal (Royal Opera House and at the BBC Proms)‚ First Niece in Peter Grimes (Berlin Philharmonic and Salzburg)‚ Second Niece in Peter Grimes (Jurowski/LPO).

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