Gabriella is Soprano and Conductor based in London. In 2017 she graduated with a First Class degree in Music from Oxford University, and went on to study solo voice ensemble singing under Robert Hollingworth at York University.
As a member of the Flemish Radio Choir, Gabriella worked with some internationally acclaimed musicians including Barbara Hannigan and Douglas Boyd. She performed with this group as a member of the chorus in Stravinsky’s A Rake’s Progress at La Monnaie in Brussels. Since leaving the Flemish Radio Choir Gabriella has sung regularly with the professional ensembles at some of London’s top church venues, including St Martin-In-The-Fields, the Carmelite Priory, and the Church of the Immaculate Conception. As a staff member with the National Youth Choir, Gabriella enjoys leading workshops with young musicians and taking part in outreach work. She is a founding member of Judith Collective, a group seeking to give early music a contemporary impact through concerts, productions, and collaborations that have an interdisciplinary focus. The group will be hosting a new festival in 2020. Their flagship project is a staging of Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre’s cantata Judith, for soprano, violin, viola da gamba and harpsichord. Gabriella enjoys performing as a soloist with Orchestra, singing Oratorio solos with the Brandenberg Sinfonia, and regularly performing alongside Orchestra for the Earth (https://www.orchestrafortheearth.co.uk/) . Gabriella is the 2019/20 conducting scholar of Genesis Sixteen, The Sixteen’s young artist training programme.
Gabriella conducts the Kingston Singers and Port Meadow Sinfonia (https://www.portmeadowsinfonia.com/), an amateur orchestra she co-created for musicians who have chosen to work in other fields. She works as the Conducting Fellow at St Martin-in-the-Fields (https://www.stmartin-in-the-fields.org/about-our-music/), where she conducts professional and amateur ensembles alike. Gabriella is also a writer. Two of her poems were recently published in the inaugural issue of An Inkling, a new journal (https://www.aninkling-journal.com/).