Ann Mackay Biography
Ann Mackay (born 21 March 1956) is an English soprano..
Ann Mackay is a famous Soprano, who was born on March 21, 1956 in United Kingdom.
According to Astrologers, Ann Mackay zodiac sign is Aries
Mackay was the recipient of numerous awards before and after attending the Guildhall School of Music and Drama including Greater London Council’s “Outstanding Musician 1979”, the Haydn Memorial Award and the National Federation of Music Societies Award for Young Concert Artists.
Ann Mackay Net Worth
Ann Mackay is one of the richest Soprano. Ann Mackay is also listed on the elit list of Richest Soprano born on March 21 . According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Ann Mackay net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.
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Mackay has recorded for the RPO, Decca, Erato, ASV, Meridian, and other companies, including, for Decca, Dixit Dominus (Handel) with the English Chamber Orchestra and the Choir of King’s College, Cambridge conducted by Stephen Cleobury, for RPO Records Paul Patterson’s Mass of the Sea with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Geoffrey Simon, for Erato Jean-Philippe Rameau’s opera Naïs with the English Bach Festival Singers and English Bach Festival Baroque Orchestra conducted by Nicholas McGegan and, for ASV, an album of Handel with the European Community Chamber Orchestra conducted by Eivind Aadland. Other recordings include a series, for Meridian, with the English Piano Trio of Scottish folk song arrangements by Haydn and Beethoven. Mackay’s 1984 album My Minstrel Love was chosen as Record of the Month by Hi-Fi News & Record Review.
In 1983 Mackay played Rose Trelawny in BBC Radio 4’s 1983 production of Julian Slade’s musical play Trelawny. In 1988 Mackay starred in Sadler’s Wells Opera Company’s four month West End run and UK tour of Noël Coward’s Bitter Sweet (the first professional revival since its 1929 premiere). In 1989 Mackay sang in John Rutter’s Requiem under the direction of the composer at the Three Choirs Festival in Hereford. In 1990 Mackay toured France, Italy, Spain and the UK with the European Community Chamber Orchestra as their Guest Singer of the Year In 1992 the Worshipful Company of Musicians elected Mackay a John Clementi Fellow, one of their most prestigious awards for a “professional musician of outstanding ability” for her study of the music of George Frideric Handel. Her subsequent Handel performances in the roles of Bernedice, Parthenope and Alcina with the Cambridge Handel Opera Group in the 1990s won her critical acclaim.
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In 1981 Ann Mackay won the Concert Artists Guild of America Amcon Award following which she gave her New York debut at Carnegie Hall and toured the United States.
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Ranked on the list of most popular Soprano. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in United Kingdom.
In 1981 Mackay won the Society of West End Theatre Award for Outstanding First Achievement in Opera (1981 Laurence Olivier Awards), presented to her by Joan Sutherland, for her portrayal of Stasi in The Gypsy Princess.