Madeline Boreham is currently studying for her Masters degree at the Royal College of Music where she is the Kiri Te Kanawa Scholar and is generously supported by the Josephine Baker Trust and The Countess of Munster Musical Trust. Previously studying with Patricia Rozario OBE, she now studies with Ben Johnson and Bryan Evans MBE.

She is a 2023 Samling Artist and Young Artist with Opera Holland Park, singing Mother (Hansel and Gretel) and has recently performed Countess Almaviva (Marriage of Figaro) with Westminster Opera. In 2019, Madeline made her English National Opera debut in Britten’s Noyes Fludde as part of a collaboration with Theatre Royal Stratford East. She was invited back to perform at the Coliseum, London as part of a pre-show celebration of the Mikado (Gilbert and Sullivan). Her other opera work includes Diana (Orpheus in the Underworld), La Princesse (L’enfant et les sortileges) and Donna Elvira (Don Giovanni Tenorio) and will be performing Valencienne (The Merry Widow) in March 2024 with RCM International Opera Studio.

In competition, Madeline has seen much success. She was recently awarded the Audrey Strange Memorial Prize for Promising Young Singer at the Royal Overseas League Competition and the Schubert Song Prize at the London Song Festival. At the RCM, she has received 1st place for the Lieder Competition, 3rd Place in the Lies Askonas in 2022 and 3rd Place at the Brooks Van Der Pump English Song Competition in 2019.

Madeline has performed in masterclasses with Brindley Sherratt, Nicky Spence and Sir Thomas Allen and, more recently, at Wigmore Hall with Ann Sofie von Otter. She is also in demand as a concert soloist, performing works by Beethoven, Rossini, Elgar and Mendelssohn. In 2022, she performed Vaughan William’s Sea Symphony with Adrian Partington and the RCM Symphony Orchestra and in January 2024, returned to the orchestra alongside Antonio Pappano to perform Strauss.