Bray soprano Sarah Power is a former Scottish Opera Emerging Artist. She is a graduate of the DIT Conservatory, Dublin, and the Guildhall and National Opera Studio in London. Awards include second prize in the Kathleen Ferrier Competition at the Wigmore Hall, London, the €10,000 RDS Music Bursary and the London Bach Singers Prize. Recent performances include Belinda in Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas for Scottish Opera, the title role in Gregory de la Haba and Terence Browne’s Hazel: Made in Belfast at Carnegie Hall, New York, Handel’s Messiah with the Irish Baroque Orchestra and Mary in Brian Irvine and Neil Martin’s Mary Gordon at the National Concert Hall, Dublin. Sarah has appeared with Welsh National Opera, Wexford Festival Opera and Buxton Festival and made her debut for Scottish Opera in the title role of Handel’s Rodelinda. She has performed for world-renowned tenor Plácido Domingo and has also given recitals at venues including the National Concert Hall, Dublin, St Martin-in-the-Fields, London, and Haus der Musik, Vienna. Recent and future engagements include Allan Dunn’s The Opera Factory and Puccini’s Edgar for Scottish Opera, recitals in Vienna and Carinthia as part of the Via Iulia Augusta concert series, and oratorio performances with The Really Big Chorus, Harrogate Choral Society and Leeds Philharmonic Chorus.