Rosemary Braddy is a Nottingham born Mezzo Soprano who started her musical career with the Mansfield based Cantamus Girls Choir under the direction of the late Pamela Cook MBE. Through working with the choir Rosemary was soloist choir member who took great pride in performing and competing world wide with the choir including the World Choral Games in Germany 2004 and China 2006.

Nottingham brought great success for Rosemary as a singer as the 2007 John Ogden Award winner and many times winner at the Mansfield Music Festival.

2008 took Rosemary to the Royal College of Music where she received her First Class BMus Hons under the tuition of Tenor Tim Evans-Jones. Throughout four years at the RCM Rosemary was successful competing within the college vocal competitions and performed regularly with the International Opera School. Choral singing at the RCM gave Rosemary the opportunities to work with conductors such as Vladimir Jurowski and Martin Andre.

In 2018 Rosemary performed the role of Anna in Jonathan Dove’s Tobias And The Angel, performed at the stunning St Barnabas Cathedral in Nottingham under the baton of Alex Patterson.

Rosemary is based in Nottingham teaching singing and piano, performing regularly with local choral societies, nationwide as a classical soloist as well as being a popular wedding and function singer.


Opera Roles: Anna – Tobias and the Angel – Jonathan Dove (St Barnabas Cathedral 2018) –  Hermia – A Midsummer Nights Dream – Britten (Jubilee Hall, Aldeburgh  2016) Lady Ellington – La Vie Parisiene, Offenbach (RCMIOS 2013). Hermia – A Midsummer Nights Dream – Britten. (RCMIOS 2013). Perichole – La Perichole, Offenbach (RCM 2012).

Opera Chorus, The Marriage Of Figaro – Mozart (RCMIOS 2012) Fra Diavolo – Smetena (Stanely Hall Opera 2009). Chorus, Acis and Galtea – Handel (Woodhouse Opera 2009).