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Biography  Carolyn Holt is from a farming background in Ireland. She recently performed the role of Mrs Grose in Britten's The Turn of the Screw for Garsington Opera, to great critical acclaim - The Stage wrote "Carolyn Holt plays Mrs Grose with authority and effortlessly effusive vocal power." Previously for Garsington Opera, she has per...read more

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Biography  Carolyn Holt is from a farming background in Ireland. She recently performed the role of Mrs Grose in Britten's The Turn of the Screw for Garsington Opera, to great critical acclaim - The Stage wrote "Carolyn Holt plays Mrs Grose with authority and effortlessly effusive vocal power." Previously for Garsington Opera, she has per...read more

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Robert Gilder & Company

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Composer & WorkRoleType
Britten
Peter GrimesMrs. (Nabob) Sedleyprepared
Strauss II,J
Die FledermausPrinz Orlofskyprepared
Strauss,R
The Knight of the RoseOctavianunprepared

Repertoire (13)

 
Composer & WorkRoleProductions
Britten
The Rape of LucretiaBianca2
The Turn of the ScrewMrs Grose1
Deane
VagabonesFlorence Newton1
Dennehy
The Second ViolinistChoir1

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05 July 2022www.thestage.co.ukEdward Bhesania
The Turn of the Screw review
"Carolyn Holt plays Mrs Grose with authority and effortlessly effusive vocal power."
03 July 2022bachtrack.comRoy Westbrook
The Return of the Screw: chilling Britten at Garsington Opera
"... the voice is certainly mature enough to cope with the role’s demands. Her deferential acting underlined the often neglected class-bound aspect of this work. Revealing the former Quint-Jessel relationship, she sounded less shocked at “he had his will, morning and night” than at “and she a lady, so far above him.” ”.

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