Alongside her work in music education, Rosie leads a busy performance career.
The majority of Rosie's current performance work is as a jazz singer and vintage vocalist. Rosie was quick to establish herself on the vintage scene and has performed as a soloist at events such as Shelsley Walsh Nostalgia Weekend, Operation Dynamo 75th Anniversary, Southern at War at the Bluebell Railway, and at Sandhurst Military Academy. Rosie was also the sole entertainment for London Business Schools' Summer Event at The Natural History Museum, singing to upwards of 900 guests. She has also been interviewed for Vintage Life Magazine and raised £1750 for Brake with the release of her Christmas CD, 'A Rose-Tinted Christmas'. Rosie is busy performing at weddings, corporate events, jazz nights and also recently was part of a sell-out headline show at the Edinburgh Fringe.
To find out more about this work, please visit www.rosevintagevocals.co.uk
Rosie has also performed with professional choirs (soloist and soprano), in operas, musicals and straigt plays, and you might spot her in the odd TV advert.
Notable Performance Credits Include:
Valletto in L'incoronazione di Poppea (Birmingham Crescent Theatre)
Various Roles in Scoring A Century: World Premiere (Birmingham Crescent Theatre)
Charlotte in A Little Night Music (Bernie Grant Arts Centre)
Titania in A Midsummer Nights Dream (Bromley Ampitheatre)
Malcolm in an all-female Macbeth (Lion & Unicorn Theatre)
Singer in Romeo & Juliet (Holy Trinity, Sloane Square)
Choir at The Laurence Olivier Awards (Theatre Royal Drury Lane)
Dancer in London 2012 Closing Ceremony (Olympic Stadium)
Rosie is also experienced in the recording studio and has worked with new compsers to record demos of their work.
Rosie plans to develop her work as a classical soloist this year. The aim is to perform Britten's Cabaret Songs with a selection of Bolcom Cabaret Songs. Watch this space!