Naomi Harvey, soprano

Born and educated in Cornwall, Naomi began her professional singing career in 1990 after several years of study with William McAlpine. She is now a pupil of Gerald Martin-Moore, and has worked with English National Opera, Wexford Festival Opera, English Touring Opera, European Chamber Opera, Crystal Clear Opera and the English Bach Festival, to name but a few.

Her many operatic roles include Violetta (La Traviata), Mimi and Musetta (La Boheme), Countess (Marriage of Figaro), Pamina (Magic Flute), Micaela (Carmen), and La Musica (Orfeo).

She has toured extensively, visiting the Middle East, Far East, Barbados, Spain, Monte Carlo, and of course the British Isles, playing many of the major venues including the Royal Opera House. Naomi appears regularly in concerts of operetta and light music hosted by Richard Baker, David Jacobs and Tim Brooke-Taylor, and maintains a great love of musicals. She has played the soprano roles in The Merry Widow, My Fair Lady, Bitter Sweet, Desert Song, Showboat, and nearly all of the Gilbert and Sullivan repertoire.


Performances with the Corinthian Chamber Orchestra