American Songbook

I’ve been invited to appear as soloist at the London Landmarks Half Marathon on Sunday 29 March 2020. I’ll be appearing in the Mayflower zone, singing the American Songbook with Kelvin Lim, piano. We’ll be doing sets all morning, come and have a listen! Please visit my events calendar or www.llhm.co.uk for more information.

Pamela Hay at Globe

Doctor Who at the Royal Albert Hall

Very proud to announce that I’ll be playing “Doctor Who” in a musical version of The History of Music at the Royal Albert Hall this April. English Pocket Opera Company partner with Barnet’s BEAT, with massed choirs and orchestras, featuring music by composers as diverse as Purcell, Michael Praetorious, Tchaikovsky, and Stevie Wonder.

Sherlock Holmes on ITV

Loving catching Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows on ITV last night! Here’s a photo of me at the premiere in Leicester Square, very pregnant with my first child. Very different to how I looked as “Elvira” in the film!

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Mayflower 400

I am pleased to announce that I will be creating, producing, and starring in a one-woman music and art installation in honour of the Mayflower 400th anniversary in 2020. Lots more information coming soon…

Associate Producer at EPOC

It’s official! I’ve been appointed Associate Producer for English Pocket Opera Company. I couldn’t be prouder of the Carmen we put on this year at the former London 2012 Olympics venue Copper Box Arena, broadcast on the Royal Opera House’s Facebook Live page. Please check here for news, we have some exciting projects in development!

Pamela Hay as Micaela in Carmen, Pauls Putnins as Escamillo, Hannah Pedley as Carmen. Copper Box Arena. Photo by James Bellorini.

Micaela photos

The photos are in! I’ve just made my debut as Micaela in Carmen at London Olympics stadium The Copper Box Arena, in a collaboration between United Learning, English Pocket Opera Company, and The Voices Foundation, and the Royal Opera House.

Pamela Hay as Micaela in Carmen, Copper Box Arena. Photo by James Bellorini.

Micaela with the ROH

Delighted that Royal Opera House broadcast our production of Carmen on their Facebook page, using Facebook Live!

Micaela in Carmen

Rehearsals are underway for my Micaela debut! For the last year I’ve been producing a new production of Carmen to take place at one of the former London 2012 Olympics stadiums, the Copper Box Arena. A collaboration between English Pocket Opera Company and United Learning to bring together an orchestra, 4 principal singers and a chorus of 1500 school children from around the UK, all supported by the Royal Opera House.

Titania at the Royal Albert Hall

Just took receipt of this beautiful photo from the Royal Albert Hall, English Pocket Opera Company’s new production of Fairy Queen back in 2016. Here I am as Titania, wish I could have kept the wings…

Mimi in La Bohème

On my way up to Scarborough, stepping in unexpectedly to sing Mimi with the other cast of Opera Up Close’s national tour of the Olivier Award-winning La Bohème. You can see me in my cast in London on 30 March, please check my events calendar for tickets!


Mimi in La Bohème

Excited to announce that I’ll be reprising my role of Mimi in La Bohème in London’s artsdepot this March. It’s part of Opera Up Close’s national tour in honour of the 10th anniversary of this Olivier Award-winning production. Please visit “Events” for links to tickets!

Michaela in Carmen

Very excited to announce that I’ve been cast as Michaela in a new production of Carmen, which will take place this June at the Copper Box Arena in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. This exciting venture will appear thanks to support from the Royal Opera House Covent Garden. Please check back soon for more details!


Mimi in London this Saturday

Very excited that our Olivier Award-winning production of La Bohème is coming to Dulwich this Saturday. Can’t wait to reprise my role of Mimi in the beautiful MCT at Alleyn’s. Tickets are almost sold out, please visit my events calendar to book one!

Mimi in La Boheme

I am delighted to be able to announce that I’ll be reprising my role of Mimì in the Olivier Award-winning production of La Bohème. Opera Up Close will be bringing their sell-out smash production to the MCT at Alleyn’s in London for one performance only. Click here for tickets, and come along on the 1st December and see what the critics have been raving about!


Juliet in Bosnia

We’ve returned from Bosnia with our production of Romeo and Juliet, and the trip was utterly inspiring. The children worked so hard at their parts and sang with such beauty. Furthermore, to see the two sides of the river in Mostar come together to represent the Capulets and the Montagues was very moving indeed. What a beautiful country, with such generous hosts. Here is a preview of some of our rehearsals there, as well as a cheeky shot of Mostar’s famous monument.

Euridice in Cambridge

Opening night of a new production of Gluck’s Orfeo ed Euridice at Cambridge’s West Road Concert Hall.

Titania at the Royal Albert Hall

The photos are finally in! Last year at the Royal Albert Hall I sang the title role in English Pocket Opera’s production of The Fairy Queen, and here are a selection of photographs from the show. 

 

Last chance at the Freud Museum

This weekend is the last chance to see Michelle Williams Gamaker’s beautiful film, The Fruit is There to be Eaten at London’s Freud Museum. Featured as part of their Solitary Pleasures exhibition, it’s on every day through this Sunday 13 May. Excerpts featuring my solo arias can be heard in this beautiful space. Please follow this link for more information and tickets.

 

Juliet in Bosnia

Delighted to announce that I’ll be reprising the role of Juliet in English Pocket Opera’s production of Romeo and Juliet in Bosnia this June. The same production that appeared in the Royal Albert Hall, Romeo and Juliet will feature children from both sides of the ancient city of Mostar.

Pamela Hay as Juliet, Romeo and Juliet, Royal Albert Hall.

Soloist in Paisley Abbey

Had a wonderful time in Paisley Abbey singing the solo aria in Duruflé’s Requiem mass. It’s one of my favourite works, and the choir sounded glorious. Very honoured to be a part of it.