We are privileged to consult the towering talent that is Soprano Patricia Rozario.

We began working with her in early 2015 when she was already a highly feted and in-demand artist worldwide. We are honoured that we have been able to meet her professional requirements and be a part of her every-widening musical renown.


About Patricia Rozario

“Patricia Rozario floats effortlessly with a voice of liquid gold.” - Gramophone

Born in Bombay, Patricia Rozario studied at the Guildhall School of Music , winning the Gold Medal, and at the National Opera Studio. She has been the recipient of many prizes and awards, including the Maggie Teyte Prize. She has enjoyed a wide-ranging career in opera, concert work, recording and broadcasting. Patricia’s unique voice and artistry has inspired over 15 of the world’s leading composers to write for her, notably Arvo Pärt and Sir John Tavener,, who alone wrote over thirty works for her. She has performed with world renowned conductors, including Sir John Pritchard, Solti, Ashkenazy, Jurowski, Belohlavek, Gardiner, Pinnock, Ivan Fischer, Hickox and Andrew Davis, and  sung opera at Aix-en-Provence, Amsterdam, Lyon, Lille, Bremen, Antwerp, Wexford, English National Opera, Glyndebourne and Opera North. She has also given concerts and recital worldwide and appeared frequently at the BBC Proms.
Patricia has given the world premieres of many pieces written especially for her, including works by Arvo Pärt, Roxanna Panufnik, Andrew Gant and John Tavener.
On the opera stage, she created the role of Belisa in Simon Holt’s The Nightingale’s to Blame, and sang in the premieres of Errolyn Wallen’s operas at the Linbury Studio, and Golem by John Casken. Further operatic highlights include Ilia Idomeneo for Glyndebourne, Zerlina  Don Giovanni at Aix-en-Provence and Servilia La clemenza di Tito for Opèra de Lyon. Her extensive discography includes major works by John Tavener, Arvo Pärt and Roxanna Panufnik ‘Dance of Life’ Talinn Mass, as well as recordings with Graham Johnson for the Hyperion Schubert Series.
Future highlights include performances at Dartington, Harrogate Festival, Brinkburn Festival, and the Con Brio Festival in India, as well as two concerts in Tallin to celebrate the birthday of Arvo Pärt.
Patricia Rozario was awarded the OBE in the New Year’s Honours in 2001, the Asian Women’s Award for achievement in the Arts in 2002 and the Pravasi Bharatiya Samman Award in January 2013. She received a fellowship of the Royal College of Music in 2014.

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