Jasmine Faulkner is a half Persian, half English soprano currently based in London. She is fluent in German after spending 4 years of her childhood growing up near Stuttgart. Her love for singing began at the age of 7 and at 16 she began her classical training at Junior Guildhall. She went on to complete her degree at Guildhall School of Music and Drama 6 years later and is now a session musician performing around the world.
She is 1/4 of London's leading Classical Crossover group Ida. Performing their show across the continents, the four sopranos bring a collection of re-worked operatic arias, chart-topping hits and musical theatre favourites. Recent performances include West End Live, Jersey Government House and Windsor Castle.
During her time at Guildhall she had the great opportunity to work with artists such as Sarah Walker, Clive Timms, Dominic Wheeler, Jane Manning, Dinah Stabb and Victoria Newlyn.
Her roles include The Gamekeepers Wife, Pepik and Frog in The Cunning Little Vixen by Janacek, the Pie Seller in the world premiere of Julian Phillip's opera The Tale of Januarie, conducted by Dominic Wheeler and directed by Martin Lloyd-Evans, Erste Knabe in The Magic Flute and most recently the role of Titania from A Midsummer Night's Dream by Benjamin Britten directed by Bridgitta Roy and Clive Timms.
As well as performing for others, Jasmine has organised charity concerts, raising over £6000 for brilliant causes including Shelter Box and Kenyan Kids.
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