Shuna Scott Sendall
Scottish soprano Shuna Scott Sendall graduated from the Alexander Gibson Opera School at RSAMD.
Prizes include the inaugural BBC Radio 2 Kiri Te Kanawa Prize, the Great Elm Vocal Awards and the 2004 Scottish Wagner Society's Bayreuth Scholarship. She is also a Samling scholar and a Crear Scholar.
Her many and varied concert appearances have included; Mozart C-Minor Mass and Requiem, Verdi Requiem, Beethoven 9, Bach St John Passion, Berlioz Nuits D'ete, Barber Knoxville Summer of 1915, Schumann Das Paradies und die Peri, Handel Messiah, Rutter Magnificat, Wagner Wesendonck Lieder and performances throughout Britain with her chamber groups 'écoute' and 'éisd'.
Operatic roles include Elettra/ Idomeneo, Concepcion/ L'Heure Espagnole, La Ciesca/ Gianni Schicchi (all at RSAMD); Medea/ The Minotaur, The Aunt/ Madama Butterfly (Scottish Opera); Mother/Witch/ Hansel and Gretel (Dorset Productions); cover Vitellia/Clemenza di Tito, cover Mrs Fox/Fantastic Mr Fox (ETO); cover Santuzza/ Cavalleria Rusticana (Dorset Opera); cover Elsa/ Lohengrin (The Mastersingers); Magdalena/ Die Meistersinger (Edinburgh Players); Cock, Jay and Innkeeper’s Wife/ Cunning Little Vixen (BYO).
Shuna has also appeared on BBC Radio 2 Friday Night is Music Night, at Proms in the Park and at The Big Red Nose Show at the Royal Albert Hall as well as engagements with Opera on a Shoestring, WNO, RSNO and Mid Wales Opera.