English soprano Charlotte La Thrope graduated with first class honours in Music from the University of Durham, majoring in performance, and in her final year received ‘Most Outstanding Soloist’ award. She then went on to study at The Royal Academy of Music where she graduated in 2018 with distinction.
Charlotte has appeared on the concert platform throughout Europe and in South America and performs regularly as a soloist, alongside acclaimed ensembles. Her operatic roles have included Susanna in Marriage of Figaro, Pamina in Mozart’s Magic Flute, Iris in Semele, Eurydice in Monteverdi’s Orfeo, L’Enfant in Ravel’s L’Enfant et Les Sortileges and Angel in Handel’s Jephtha where she was described as ‘an Angel stands out from the crowd… the best singing – poised, sweet and true – comes from Charlotte La Thrope as Angel whose last minute intervention saves the day’ by Rupert Christiansen, The Telegraph and ‘… a young singer to watch out for.’ by Andrew Benson-Wilson.
Charlotte has recently qualified as a psychotherapist and enjoys balancing her singing work alongside supporting others with their mental health.