Aspects of Opera - Versatile Vocal Trio
 
Aspects of Opera have been entertaining audiences for over twelve years. Specialising in Opera Dinners, their versatile programme makes them equally at home in small intimate venues as in larger concert halls.  With their relaxed repartee, varied repertoire, and extensive experience you are ensured a successful and memorable event. 
 
Biographies
 
James (Seamus) Kinsella ~ Tenor
 
jimsphoto-bkand whtLondon based Irish Tenor, James Kinsella, is a versatile performer.  An operatic tenor as equally at home on the concert platform as on the Operatic stage, James regularly  performs throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland. Operatic roles include: Lensky; Pinkerton; Canio,  Gustavo, A Masked Ball (Guidlford Opera)2008,  Alfredo, La Traviata at the Kings Theatre for Southsea Opera,  Faust for Guildford Opera and Gustavo for Southgate Opera (July 2010) and, more recently, the title role in Verdi's epic Opera - Othello (Nov 2011), Don Jose - Carmen and Fidelio (2014).  Engagements include work with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, the Puccini Society at the Savoy Hotel and “ Memories of Count John McCormack” for the Marlow Theatre Canterbury.   In addition, to his work with Aspects of Opera, James has a busy concert schedule.
 
Sarah-Louise Ince ~ Mezzo-Soprano  
 
Sarah-Louise Ince.  Mezzo-soprano with vocal trio Aspects of Opera,availble for corporate events, concerts and fundraising, charity concertsSarah studied voice and violin at Trinity College of Music with John Wakefield.  As a versatile performer she has had a varied singing career, both as a soloist and as chorus member.  The majority of solo engagements have been in Oratorio, in works that include: Handel's  Dixit Dominus and Messiah, Bach  Magnificat, St John and St Matthew Passion; Rossini's Petite Mass Solennelle and Stabat Mater, Vivaldi Gloria and Elijah.  In addition, she has also performed many mezzo roles for regional Opera companies.  As an experienced chorus member, Sarah has sung in several European festivals and in all the major concert venues in London working with world- renowned soloists and conductors. In addition to her work with Aspects of Opera, Sarah has a busy concert and oratorio schedule.
 
Helen Whittington ~ Soprano
 
Helen  took a degree in Performance at Middlesex University, before advanced vocal training at Guildhall School of Music and Drama. She has worked for various UK opera companies with leading roles include Fiordiligi (Cosi Fan Tutte), Gilda (Rigoletto) and Musetta (La Boheme). She toured the USA in 2002 with Columbia Artists under-studying the title role in the Merry Widow. In 2004 Helen performed Poulenc’s virtuoso solo opera “La Voix Humaine” at Sevenoaks Playhouse and for the Wandsworth Festival at the National Opera Studio, London. In 2007 she created the role of Mary Kelly in the new musical Jack the Ripper. Recent Classical concert events include Carmina Burana at Birmingham Town Hall and Mozart Requiem in London.  In addition to her work with Aspects of Opera, Helen regularly sings for Opera Galas, Hotel Entertainments and for “The Music in Hospitals” scheme.