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“Jane Field’s clear, expressive voice”
Roger Jones, Gloucestershire Echo

My interest in singing began at the age of 13 when I successfully auditioned for the role of ‘Louisa’ in David Gardiner’s stage production of ‘The Sound of Music’.

As a result of auditioning for the Three Choirs Festival Chorus several years later, I was directed to the late Margaret Bennett under whom I studied for a number of years.

While on the competitive circuit, I received many glowing reports from festival performances at; the Taunton and Somerset Music & Drama Festival, Cheltenham Competitive Festival, Oxford Festival and Birmingham Music Festival, attaining distinction and honours awards including the coveted ‘Rose Ewing Trophy’, in the Recital Class at Taunton Eisteddfod and have been recorded by Central Television.

My vocal repertoire ranges from Elizabethan to Contemporary. I have appeared at St Martin in the Fields, London; St Pancras, London; Birmingham St Martin’s; as a Soloist at Worcester Cathedral; Tewksbury Abbey; Great Witley Church; as a guest soloist at the first GB International Guitar Festival, with Gilbert Biberian; as soloist with lutenist Rod Willmott; and as soprano soloist in a number of oratorio works including; Mozart’s Mass in C, Faure’s Requiem, Mendelssohn’s Hymn of Praise, Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater, and Charpentier’s Te Deum.

I have premiered works by Colin Decio, Elaine Hugh-Jones, Ian Venables and Christopher Boodle.

As well as a soloist, I enjoy singing duets. For many years, Duo Dolcetini (Evelyne Beech (also known as Eve Loiseau) & myself) performed on the stage to high acclaim. Recently I have performed a number of duet performances with Margot Stringer (Mezzo), Elaine Fleming (Mezzo) and John Qualtrough (Bass Baritone).

I now study with Margaret Field, who was awarded Honorary Fellowship of the Birmingham Conservatoire in 2012.

I particularly like to sing in support of good causes, and have, so far, helped to raise more than £25,000 by singing in support of charitable events.

Although singing is my passion, during the day I work as an osteopath in my own Practice which I established in Droitwich, Worcestershire in 1980.

Since my son's diagnosis of Duchenne muscular dystrophy in 2005, I have been instrumental in setting up the registered charity Murray's Muscles (serving people with muscular dystrophy across the West Midlands) and the registered charity NMC Midlands (providing physical therapy and other essential services to people with muscular dystrophy in the Midlands).

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