...there is a simply stunning voice that can sometimes be heard wafting sweetly down Stamford High street.
— Stamford Living
...a special version of Silent night sung by Sophie Hurst.
— hrhcountessofwessex.blogspot.co.uk
Exquisite voice
— Dr Rod Paton


- Royal Military Guards Chapel, London, singing for The Canine partner's and guests including HRH The Duchess of Wessex  (2015)

- Verdi's Requiem - Conducted by Ed Gardener, singing with Rodolfus Choir, Philharmonia voices and Philharmonia Orchestra (2016) 

- Performed in Dublin a newly developed musical piece 'Life Songs' written by Dr Rod Paton/ Klawitter Theatre group - (2016+2015) 

- Last Train to Tomorrow, by Carl Davis at Chichester Cathedral, conducted by Carl Davis himself ( 2016) 

- Garden of Delights, Barnsdale Gardens ( 2015 - 2016) 

- Falcon hotel, Uppingham - (2016) 

- Wadanhoe House , Rotary club, Oundle ( 2016) 

- Local music festivals 

- Weddings, special occasions and dinner parties (see below for some kind words on these...)

- Student ambassador for Amplified ( Stamford arts centre) 

- Timeless Voice & Festive Voice, recorded at Bracken Studio.

- Volunteer within a performing arts department in a school based in Auckland

- Member of Viva Voce, a chamber choir of 30, mainly made up of professional musicians

 - Member of Auckland Youth Choir, a larger choir of singers from 16-25

- Worked behind the scenes and performed at ‘Opera Factory’, a centre to train singers from the age of 10-35 yrs.

- Played the role of a ‘Gossip;’ in New Zealand Opera’s production of Noah’s flood

- Studied with the Yorkshire Young Musicians every Sunday, a scheme supported by the UK government to provide advanced training for talented musicians. (2009-2012)

- Eton Choral Course (2011)

- Child understudy in Opera North’s production of ‘Werther’ (2009)

- Head Chorister of Queen Mary’s School Chapel choir (2008-2009)

- Ripon Cathedral Chorister (2004-2007)