Jacquelyn Fugelle studied at the London Guildhall School of Music and Drama, and in Rome and Vienna. She was a prize-winner in the Kathleen Ferrier Memorial Competition, and won awards from the Countess of Munster Musical Trust, the Royal Society of Arts and the Vaughan Williams Trust. She was awarded the Worshipful Company of Musicians Silver Medal. Following rôles with English National Opera and Scottish Opera she made her début at The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden to critical acclaim as Arbate in the award-winning production of Mozart’s Mitridate. After several seasons with the Royal Opera she performed at the Teatro Regio in Turin where she was based for some time. Apart from her operatic career which includes rôles such as Mimì, Turandot, the Countess and Electra, she has also performed in concert and oratorio across the globe from Guatemala to Iceland. As well as international broadcasts for television and radio, she has given over sixty recitals for the BBC with conductors including Bernard Haitink, Kurt Masur and Robin Stapleton.