After a degree in Music and French at Sheffield University, Louisa moved to London to continue her singing training and currently studies
with Barbara Alden. As a soloist Louisa has been lucky to become a regular guest of Blandford Choral Society, most recently taking part in performances of Bachís St Matthew Passion and Handelís Messiah. In London
performances have included Allegriís Miserere at St Johnís Smith Square and Samuel Wesleyís little known Confitebor.
Louisa is also a keen ensemble
singer. She is one of the founding members of Musick Fyne of London, a young 8-voice ensemble whose varied repertoire includes amongst others the German renaissance and English folk song. She has also sung with the
Guildford Camerata, most recently in the UK debut of John Rutterís new Mass for the Children and Musica Secreta, with whom she recently took part in a recording for Radio 3 of Cozzolaniís Vespers. Future plans include Monteverdiís
Vespers and Tallisís Spem in Alium, both as part of the Brighton Early Music Festival.