Eloise Irving

“Eloise Irving sings with a graceful vibrato that has a natural thrill” Andrew Connal, reviewer

Soprano

Eloise studied voice and harp at Guildhall School of Music and Drama and went on to read English at King’s College London, where she held a choral scholarship. She then gained an Acting degree at Central School of Speech and Drama.
She has an extensive solo and choral concert, consort and operatic portfolio; performing at venues all over the world including the Royal Albert Hall, La Scala and Carnegie Hall as well as for various television and radio broadcasts in the UK and abroad. Eloise has also toured and recorded with groups including The Monteverdi Choir, The Tallis Scholars, Armonico Consort, London Choral Sinfonia, Sonoro, Gabrieli Consort, Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, BBC Singers, Tenebrae, Academy of Ancient Music, Polyphony, London Voices, Philharmonia Voices, Eric Whitacre Singers and Gareth Malone’s Voices. She also sings as a regular soprano at Royal Hospital Chelsea, Temple Church and St Mary Le Bow.
Additionally, Eloise works as a singer/harpist in a variety of genres from classical to pop. Opportunities have included recording her own composition for voice and harp with the BBC Concert Orchestra, appearing as an actress/harpist in Holby City and performing solo recitals on cruise ships.

Read more about Eloise’s extensive stage experience as an actor.