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Cora Burggraaf

Cora Burggraaf is a soprano singer who studied at the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague, completing a Masters Degree in Music with distinction. Her numerous prizes include second prize in the National Mozart Competition (2001) and first prize for the Maggie Teyte Prize and the Miriam Licette Scholarship (2003). She has performed in concert at the Royal Opera House, Wigmore Hall, and has toured around Tokyo, the USA, The Netherlands and the UK.

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Cora Burggraaf

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Cora Burggraaf is a soprano singer who studied at the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague, completing a Masters Degree in Music with distinction. Afterwards she went to study at the Benjamin Britten International Opera School at the Royal College of Music as the Sir Thomas Allen Scholar, and at the National Opera Studio. Her numerous prizes include second prize in the National Mozart Competition (2001) and first prize for the Maggie Teyte Prize and the Miriam Licette Scholarship (2003). She has performed in concert at the Royal Opera House, Wigmore Hall, and has toured around Tokyo, the USA, The Netherlands and the UK. Her operatic appearances include Mozart’s Magic Flute (Papagena) and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Helena) with BBIOS, Handel’s Agrippina (Poppea) for the London Handel Society, Le nozze di Figaro (Susanna) with British Youth Opera under direction of Dominic Wheeler, and Mozart’s Il re Pastore (Aminta) with the Classical Opera Company under direction of Ian Page, to name but a few.

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