Isabelle Haile completed a Masters with Distinction in Vocal Performance at the Royal Academy of Music in 2020 and was awarded a DipRAM for her outstanding final recital. Isabelle was an Academy Bach Scholar and she worked with conductors such as John Butt, Philippe Herreweghe and Masaaki Suzuki.
Isabelle’s operatic roles include Diana in La Calisto , Morgana in Alcina , First Lady/First Boy in Die Zauberflöte and Chocholka in The Cunning Little Vixen. As an early and baroque music enthusiast, and winner of the ‘Provincia di Roma’ Special Prize at the 2014 International Sacred Music Competition, Isabelle performs with ensembles such as the Sarum Consort, Ensemble OrQuesta, Eboracum Baroque and the Lerion Consort. In 2021, Isabelle had her debut at the Brighton Festival in a performance of Couperin’s ‘Leçons de Ténèbres’: the first performance in the Theatre Royal since lockdown.
This year, Isabelle is looking forward to exciting recording projects with the Chineke! Voices and the Sarum Consort.