Grace Lovelass is an operatic mezzo-soprano whose roles include Adalgisa in Norma (Heber Opera), Marthe Schwerdtlein in Faust – with Opéra de Baugé where she was awarded the Gil-Rodriguez scholarship – and Tisbe in La Cenerentola (Red Earth Opera). A versatile entertainer, Grace recently premiered the lead in new musical Are you worthy? written by bass-player and songwriter, Grant Sharkey. This summer, she presents her own one-woman show, Disgraceful as part of Dorchester Arts‘ summer programme. Grace has performed under the direction of Pamela Howard OBE in a celebration of Bernstein in Chichester and singspiel scenario The Ballad of the Cosmo Café. Fringe credits include Exit the Queen and Cocky & the Tardigrades with Brighton Theatre. As a concert soloist, Grace sang the role of Mary Magdalene in a new Passion setting under the baton of David Ogden. During the COVID pandemic, she joined the cast for the Virtual Opera Project and London Philharmonic Orchestra‘s award-winning production of L’Enfant et les Sortilèges. Grace studied opera at the Associated Studios and has a degree in Classics from King’s College London. She is a dancer, yogi and triathlete, completing her first Ironman in France in 2021 and preparing for Barcelona 2023. Grace documents her Ironman adventures in Trioomph – the podcast and is frequently booked as a public speaker, talking about her life as a singer and athlete.