Gaynor Keeble turned out to be a star, crystal clear diction, a mezzo of warmth and style
                                                                                                                                                  
The Times

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Gaynor Keeble won scholarships to the University of Warwick and the Royal Academy of Music. She was awarded a Countess of Munster Award and has been a semi-finalist in both the Kathleen Ferrier and the Belvedere International Opera Competition.

On leaving the RAM she joined the Welsh National Opera where she performed and covered many roles including.  She has since worked with English National Opera, d’Oyly Carte Opera, the Royal Opera, Opera North, Mid-Wales Opera, European Chamber Opera, Opera Project, English Touring Opera, Longborough Festival Opera and Opera Interludes.

Her numerous recordings include Councillor’s Wife (Osud) conducted by Sir Charles Mackerras (EMI), Hebe (HMS Pinafore), Patience, Yeomen of the Guard for TER Records,

For orchestras such as the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, London Mozart Players, London Bach Orchestra, Northern Sinfonia, The Philharmonia, Royal Philharmonic and the Vivaldi Concertante, Gaynor’s concert repertoire includes Verdi Requiem, Mozart Requiem, Elijah, Dream of Gerontius and Vivaldi Gloria.

She is director of Opera d’Amore

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