Charlotte.web-5Charlotte Mobbs enjoys a career as a soloist and ensemble singer performing with many of the UKs finest conductors all over the world.

Charlotte graduated from the Welsh College of Music and Drama in 1997 and continued her studies at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama.  She now enjoys a career as a soloist and ensemble singer performing with many of the UK’s finest conductors all over the world.

Recent solo performances include Bach St Matthew Passion at Cadogan Hall, Magnificat and various cantatas at the Royal Festival Hall (Sir John Eliot Gardiner),  Monteverdi Vespers, Galatea in Acis and Galatea at The Foundling Museum (Harry Christophers), Dixit Dominus (The Sixteen), Messiah at the Bridgewater Hall and Royal Festival Hall (David Hill),  MacMillan Seven Last Words from the Cross at the Concertgebouw (James MacMillan),  Stravinsky Mass (Paul McCreesh), Vivaldi Gloria and Scarlatti Stabat Mater (Harry Christophers).  In 2009 she gave the concert premiere of Howard Goodall’s Eternal Light – A Requiem at Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford.  Charlotte joined I Fagiolini to perform in their recent project How Like an Angel – a collaboration with Australian contemporary circus group Circa.

Recordings include the role of Mermaid in Weber’s Oberon on Decca, Purcell’s O Dive Custos on Coro and solos in Howells Requiem for Paul McCreesh. 2013 saw the release of a disc of Pekiel with The Sixteen and Eamonn Dougan. Television appearances include Howard Goodall’s ‘Great Dates’ (Verdi Requiem soloist) and ‘How Music Works’ performing Handel’s Angels Ever Bright and Fair.  Charlotte can also be seen in Charles Hazlewood’s ‘The Birth of British Music’.  Charlotte also featured in the program ‘Sopranos’ for S4C in 2010.

Future engagements include performing Bach’s Cantata 51, Jauchzet Gott in Bristol Cathedral