Anna Dennis was the popular winner in the Singers category at the RPS Awards last night at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London in which she was described as a creative chameleon. In a remarkable year, she has brought extraordinary technique, musicianship and versatility to the widest array of achievements. From revelatory performances of Bach and Handel with orchestras nationwide, to the title role of Tom Coult’s compelling new opera Violet, everything she touches bursts with colour.
Anna performed at the Awards, singing Stay O Sweet by Elena Langer with pianist John Reid and oboist Nicholas Daniel.
The event featured a headline speech by John Gilhooly, RPS Chairman, in which he passionately advocated for the future of classical music. Read the full speech here.
Congratulations to all the Awards winners listed here.