Rosie Coad


Rosie Coad graduated with first class honours from the Royal College of Music in 2008, and is currently continuing her studies with Ashley Stafford.

Rosie has performed in several masterclasses, working with Sarah Walker, Jane Manning, James Oxley, Stephen Varcoe, Peter Harvey, Michael Chance and, most recently Kaija Saariaho. She has also performed in venues across the country, including the Victoria and Albert Museum, and Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge. Her most recent performances include Berg’s Sieben Frühe Lieder for the Chelsea Schubert Festival.

Rosie has a strong interest in contemporary music. Most recently, her recitals have included performances of Lohn by Kaija Saariaho and I Am Here by Tristram Cary, both for Rarescale. Rosie also performs regularly for Made Strange, and most recently premiered a preview of Michael Oliva’s Songs of a Recollected Lover for the Tete a Tete Riverside Festival. Her operatic roles include Fausta (Marco Attilio Regolo) for Ensemble Serse, Lucy (The Telephone) and Monica (The Medium), both for Opera Anywhere.