Morgan England-Jones is a thrilling young soprano, hailing from Mackay, Queensland.
Trained by her mother, Vicki Jones, she was the grateful recipient of numerous bursaries and aggregate prizes, including Champion Dramatic Soprano (2013) with Queensland Heritage Eisteddfod, Best Performance (2013) with North Queensland Eisteddfod and two-time semi-finalist of Dame Joan Sutherland Memorial Scholarship (2014, 2012) with Sydney Eisteddfod, amongst others.
Morgan England-Jones graduated from Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University with a Bachelor of Music (Performance) in Classical Voice in 2013, where she trained with Lisa Gasteen AO. She completed her LMusA in Classical Voice (AMEB) in early 2015, her Trinity-Guildhall ATCL in Musical Theatre in 2009 (Honours, Best in Queensland) and her AMusA in Classical Voice (AMEB) in 2010. Morgan has had the privilege of featuring as a soloist with Musica Antiqua Collegia (Josephine in HMS Pinafore, soloist in They Called Her Moses), the Bach Chorale & Flagged Productions, as well as the Mackay Choral Society (Handel’s Messiah, Bach’s Christmas Oratorio).
More recently, Morgan England-Jones took part in the 2016 Lisa Gasteen National Opera School, gaining praise for her performances as Diana (Orpheus in the Underworld) and Frau Fluth (Die lustige Weiber von Windsor). This year, Morgan is pleased to be re-joining the school, as Micaëla in Queensland Symphony Orchestra’s Carmen In-Concert.