Alison Smart Fisher, Voice/Aural and Choir conductor


The British soprano, Alison Smart, studied Classics at Clare College, Cambridge, where she was Senior Choral Scholar.
She took postgraduate diplomas at the Royal Northern College of Music in 1995 and at Trinity College of Music, London in 1996.


After 22 years in the BBC Singers she is extending her conducting work and is delighted to have been appointed Musical Director of De Mer Chamber Choir.


Alison is an experienced professional singer and also director of Music at St Mary-at-Finchley Parish Church, London N3, with a thriving adult and youth choir.
She curates a long-established series of chamber concerts.


Recent solo soprano appearances include: Bastienne (‘Bastien and Bastienne’, by Mozart) for Insieme – Highgate Festival and Islington Proms, June 2019.
UK premiere of Graham Waterhouse’s song cycle ‘Emerald Spring’, May 2019.

Forthcoming concerts include Berg’s ‘Seven Early Songs’ and Vaughan Williams’ ‘Dona Nobis Pacem’
on Wed 25th Nov at St Giles’ Cripplegate (Barbican) with Echo Ensemble, directed by Noah Max.
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