Fantastic news! Today I received an email that began with this:
"Dear Jennifer Coleman,
Congratulations! After sifting through a dizzying number of sterling applications, we have decided to award you one of our 1stFormations Business Scholarships for the 2014-15 academic year.
Our judges were particularly impressed with your academic drive, as well as your clear desire to run your own business..."
A 1950s American diner was the set for our opera scenes on Feb 20th at the Royal College of Music's Britten Theatre. I was dressed in black as The Governess from Benjamin Britten's The Turn of the Screw. In my scene, I am the Governess of a young girl called Flora and we head out for an afternoon break away from the haunted house, when I think I see the ghost of Miss Jessel who was the Governess before me. Other scenes by Sullivan, Purcell and Others were much lighter and got the audience laughing.
Jennifer Coleman is a soprano who works as a classical singer and vocal coach. Available for performances across the UK and internationally.