Jasmine Faulkner is a half Persian, half English soprano based in London. She performs around the world as an international soloist, and as part of London's leading classical-crossover group, Ida, with recent performances including singing to Royalty at Windsor Castle and performing at West End Live, Trafalgar Square.
Jasmine's classical vocal training began at the Junior department of the prestigious Guildhall School of Music & Drama where she also went on to obtain her degree. Her operatic 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, Erste Knabe in The Magic Flute and Titania from A Midsummer Night's Dream by Benjamin Britten.
Jasmine hosts concerts and events each year to raise money and awareness for the charity Kenyan Kids, helping young, at risk children who are living below the poverty line.
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what people say
Jasmine worked with us on our film A Woman’s Life which explores the life of Clara von Holst, mother of Gustav Holst and the ‘invisible woman’ in the Holst household. Clara was a talented singer in her younger days but marriage and the birth of two children put paid to her dreams. We commissioned Jasmine to become the voice of this younger Clara and to sing The Last Rose of Summer, the song which haunts the older Clara in her present humdrum life. Jasmine’s talent is not only evident in her wonderful singing voice but in her ability to take direction and to powerfully express in the song Clara’s emotion at what might have been. She has made a wonderful contribution to the film and through her interpretation of the song brought the younger Clara and her yearning vividly to life.
BBC Radio Oxford
The amazing Jasmine Faulkner has soared to fame from her humble start in Hook Norton.
I feel very privileged to have witnessed Jasmine singing live and it made the occasion so memorable for everyone concerned.
Ida's Charity Single
Stars: A Les Mis Medley
Goosebumps BBC Radio Oxford
Bowled over! Amazing BBC One
Tears in my eyes. Marvelous BBC Radio Jersey
Opening the second act were the four-piece girl group, Ida. The four talented ladies sang a medley from Les Miserables. I particularly loved Jasmine Faulkner's Stars. They're clearly an act on the rise - they are a group you should keep an eye out for. Beyond The Curtain