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Grace Lovelass is an operatic mezzo soprano whose roles include Adalgisa (Norma), Olga (Eugene Onegin) and Tisbe (La Cenerentola). This summer, she is set to perform with Opéra de Baugé in France, covering and singing Marthe and Siébel in Faust, along with Olga and Margot in The Merry Widow. Grace is a concert soloist, recently premiering the role of Mary Magdalene in a new Passion setting under the baton of David Ogden and the City of Bristol Choir. An energetic entertainer, Grace has just previewed her first one-woman show Graceful! to a sell-out crowd. She recently combined her singing and acting talents in a return to fringe theatre, having debuted last year as the Queen Bee in Brighton Theatre’s Exit the Queen. During lockdown, she joined the cast for the Virtual Opera Project and London Philharmonic Orchestra‘s award-winning production of L’Enfant et les Sortilèges. 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. Grace studied opera at the Associated Studios and has a degree in Classics from King’s College London. She is also an artist, illustrator, dancer, rower and triathlete. Grace became an Ironman finisher last summer in Vichy, France.