JACQUELINE MIURA started her career as a Mezzo-Soprano.
Whilst studying at the Royal Northern College of Music,
Manchester, she made her debut in the title role of Lucretia
in Benjamin Britten's "The Rape of Lucretia".
Jacqueline was awarded major scholarships from the Christina
Nilsson Foundation and the Swedish Musical Academy to continue
her studies at the RNCM and attend masterclasses with, amongst
others, Thomas Hampson and Brigitte Fassbaender.
After taking her Professional Performance Diploma, Jacqueline
appeared in many important European Opera houses including,
The Royal Swedish Opera (Stockholm), The Baden-Baden Festival,
Opera de la Bastille (Paris), English National Opera and
The Royal Opera House Covent Garden (London) in roles like
Carmen, Jeanne D'Arc and Dorabella. She has performed under
the baton of conductors such as Michael Tilsson Thomas,
Andre Previn and Kent Nagano in performances of L'Enfant
et les Sortileges (Ravel), Le Martyr de Saint Sebastien
(Debussy), Bernstein's Candide and White House Cantata.