Sally Carr


Sally Carr studied voice with Susan Hamilton as part of her education at St Mary’s Music School and the University of Edinburgh. She currently studies with Linda Hirst as a postgraduate student at Trinity Laban Conservatoire where she is the Kathleen Roberts vocal scholar. She has been the recipient of both the Tovey Memorial (recital) Prize and the Janet Buckley Memorial Prize (for early music studies) promoted annually by the Reid School of Music. She is an alumna of the Genesis Sixteen young artist scheme and is a member of echo, an ensemble that comprises graduate Genesis members. She is part of a duo with clarinettist Calum Robertson, with whom she has performed various contemporary works and commissions throughout Scotland. She has performed operatic roles with Edinburgh Studio Opera and Ensemble OrQuesta in works by Purcell, Caccini, Carissimi and Dove. She has benefitted greatly from choral scholarships by Old Saint Paul’s, the Robin Chapel, the SCO chorus and the Old Royal Naval College Chapel Greenwich.

Photo taken by Eliza Brown.