Alex studied music at university, where she sang as a choral scholar and ran her college music society. After graduating she spent three years working in the retail sector, before realising how much she missed collaborating with musicians. In an early career change, she took on an administrative role at a specialist opera company before joining Tenebrae in 2019. In her spare time she still sings, rehearsing fortnightly with a small group of friends. Alex’s favourite Tenebrae recording is Poulenc’s set of Quatre petites prières de saint François d’Assise. Recorded in their original setting for men’s voices, these short miniatures are perfectly formed and beautifully introspective.
Bradley studied music at the University of Birmingham, specialising in vocal performance, conducting and arts management. He was President of the Music Society, Music Director for its chamber choir, and manager for its 200-strong chorus. During his time in Birmingham, he also sang in the CBSO Chorus and BBC Proms Youth Choir. He subsequently studied on the MMus programme in Advanced musical Studies at Royal Holloway, University of London, where he was awarded a choral scholarship. Following a year working in education, Bradley joined Tenebrae in 2019. His favourite Tenebrae recording is Russian Treasures.
Eleanor was a chorister at St Catharine’s College, Cambridge for 8 years until heading to Durham University to study German and Russian. During her undergraduate degree, she held choral scholarships at two colleges, and also managed the Durham University Chamber Choir and the singers of Dunelm Consort. After graduating, Eleanor studied under Robert Hollingworth on the Solo Voice Ensemble Singing MA course at York, before moving to London to work as a freelance soprano and Arts Administrator. Following two years working in education, Eleanor joined Tenebrae in 2023, and still sings as a freelance soprano and completes evening Orchestral Management duties at the Royal Opera House when time allows.
Evie graduated from the University of Leeds in 2015 gaining a Bachelor of Music (Hons), during which she completed a Year in Industry working with chamber orchestra Manchester Camerata. Before joining Tenebrae, Evie worked in artist management for 8 years, as part of the vocal departments at Intermusica, Hazard Chase, and finally joining Camilla Wehmeyer Management from its inception as an Associate in 2020. She currently works freelance as Backstage Manager for Cambridge Music Festival, and has also held positions at the Southwell Music Festival, Cheltenham Music Festival, Liverpool Sound City, Underneath the Stars Folk Festival, Wilderness Festival and as Marketing Manager for ZOO Venues at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Evie is a keen choral singer, and is currently a member of Kings Voices, the mixed choir of Kings College Chapel, Cambridge.
Originally from Lancashire, Hannah was a pupil at Chetham’s School of Music before going on to read music at Trinity College, Cambridge, where she held both choral and instrumental scholarships. She now balances a schedule of professional singing, teaching and workshop leading. Hannah is passionate about supporting young people in music, and alongside her work as the Tenebrae Schools Creative Lead, she conducts the Beginner Choir at Finchley Children’s Music Group, is co-director of Highbury Youth Choirs, and regularly leads on workshops and residential courses for the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain. She is also teaches singing at Highgate School. A former Tenebrae Associate Artist, Hannah sings professionally, appearing with Tenebrae and a number of other choirs for concerts and recordings. Hannah’s compositions for children’s voices have been performed by London Youth Choir, Cantate, and her own choirs in Finchley and Highbury, as well as by our Tenebrae Schools. In her spare time, Hannah can usually be found baking!
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