Sarah Fox can be an British soprano, most widely known on her behalf operatic performances. Elevated in Yorkshire, she went to the Giggleswick College, followed by research at Royal Holloway University, College or university of London, where she gained her bachelor of music in 1995. She continuing her research on the Royal University of Music in London. Among the honours she’s received will be the Kathleen Ferrier Award, the John Christie Award, and an honorary fellowship from Royal Holloway. In 2005 she produced her debut as Woglinde in Das Rheingold on the Royal Opera Covent Backyard. She’s since performed the jobs of Karolka in Jenufa, Zerlina in Don Giovanni, Susanna in Le nozze di Figaro, Micaela in Carmen, Marzelline in Fidelio, Ilia in Idomeneo, Mimi in La bohème, and many more. Her concert shows using the BBC, the Bach Choir, as well as the Choir of King’s University, Cambridge, are significant, and she’s sung numerous major orchestras, like the Academy of Old Music, the Berlin Philharmonic, the town of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Symphony Orchestra, the Minnesota Orchestra, as well as the Orchestra of age Enlightenment. Furthermore to operatic functions and traditional vocal repertoire, which include her niche in French mélodies, Fox offers performed tunes from musical theatre using the John Wilson Orchestra, and in 2015 she released an recording of Cole Porter tunes with Wayne Burton around the Signum Classics label.