April Fredrick

'... the splendid, strong-willed Jane of April Fredrick, whose terrific dramatic sense, reflected both visually and vocally, revealed the music as not just dramatic but utterly riveting.' - Roderic Dunnett, reviewing April Fredrick in John Joubert's Jane Eyre

American-born soprano April Fredrick grew up in Wisconsin and initially trained as a violinist before studying voice at the University of Northwestern St Paul in Minnesota and at the Royal Academy of Music in London.

She has made albums for SOMM Recordings, and is the first affiliate artist of the English Symphony Orchestra - an organisation she has been singing with since 2015.

Further information: aprilfredrick.com


A selection of articles about April Fredrick

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CD Spotlight. View from the Celli - Philip Sawyers' Symphony No 3 impresses Alice McVeigh. 'Pummelled strings rise turbulent beneath great brass chords: the entire fisting orchestra soars, confident, triumphant and united at last.'

Ensemble. A view from the pit - John Joubert's 'Jane Eyre', praised by Alice McVeigh

Ensemble. Fresh and Original - John Joubert's opera 'Jane Eyre', experienced by Roderic Dunnett