Elaine Huckle. Classical Singer.
Elaine’s singing gifts were recognised whilst attending Trinity College in her early years. During this period she sang at London venues and found herself on Top of the Pops.
She performed in the televised production of Benvenuto Cellini for the Berlioz Festival in Lyons and many other productions around Europe working with conductors such as John McCarthy and Sir Charles Mackerras.
Elaine is now well known for her concerts and oratoria work including the Holy City CD which she produced with the organist Andrew Fletcher for Cancer Research UK. Birmingham Conservatoire has shown considerable interest in this versatile and dynamic singer which prompted them to publish an article about her career and life.
Elaine has performed for Conservation at the Yorkshire Wildlife Park and also at St John’s Smith Square.
Elaine has also sung with the NHS Band at Christmas at St Boltophs/The Stump, Boston and was asked to sing Nessun Dorma again for the Grand FInale at Yorkshire wildlife Park. in 2017. Peter Andre sang the first Concert
Elaine Huckle started singing in her early years at Trinity College with Irene Bell. During this period she sang at London Venues and also backed Peter Skellern’s records. She continued her studies with Mavis Bennett and then had opportunities to perform in the televised production of Benvenuto Cellini in the Berlioz Festival in Lyons. During this period she travelled throughout Europe with John McCarthy and Pro Musica Chorus and studied with coaches from Birmingham Conservatoire Stuart Smith and Janet Edmunds.
The Birmingham Conservatoire has shown great interest in Elaine and has written an article in their magazine about her life and career. Elaine now sings as a soloist in recitals and oratoria throughout the country.
Unfortunately, because of cancer her career was put on hold, but during this time she made a CD with Andrew Fletcher as organist for Cancer Research. Elaine worked with many schools during this period including King Edward VI School (Camp Hill) orchestra and choir and King Edward VI School (Five Ways) in Birmingham. She also performed with Robert Hamwee and Pro Musica Chorus and the Birmingham Conservatoire Orchestra. Anna Morris (Cellist) and Elaine performed arias from Julius Caesar and The Messiah.