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Grace Davidson

Grace Davidson

Grace Davidson is an English soprano who specialises in the performance and recording of Baroque music. She won the Early Music Prize while studying singing at London's Royal Academy of Music. Since then, she has worked with leading Baroque ensembles and under the batons of Sir John Eliot Gardner, Paul McCreesh, Philippe Herreweghe and Harry Christophers. Her discography includes a decade of CDs with The Sixteen, many of which feature her as soloist. The technical mastery that comes with singing Baroque music plus Grace's musicality and exceptional purity of tone have broadened her career into the worlds of contemporary classical and film music and she has performed Lord Of The Rings in Europe and Australia.

Davidson is a featured voice on over 100 film soundtracks including The Hobbit, Pirates of the Caribbean, The Great Gatsby, Morgan, Red Sparrow and The Hostiles. Most notable has been her work with acclaimed composer Max Richter whom she has recorded Sleep and Woolf Works (for Deutsche Grammophon). Later this year she will record Memoryhouse, again by Richter and is also pleased to announce two new recordings released on the Signum record label featuring soprano favourites by Handel and Vivaldi with the Academy of Ancient Music, and the whole of John Dowland’s first song book with Luteanist David Miller.

Davidson is delighted to be performing in Hong Kong for the first time.