Marie Macklin

Marie’s lifelong love of music began at the age of nine when she became a girl chorister in Wells Cathedral Choir. Since then, Marie’s career has continued to grow. Her biggest achievements to date include winning the BBC Radio 2 Choir Girl of the Year competition & recording Allegri’s Miserere on Dephian Records.

 

Marie enjoys performing song recitals & as an oratorio soloist. Solo highlights include a concert of Handel arias with the Belsize Baroque orchestra,  Bach St John Passion with the Winchester Music Club & Vaughan Williams Mass in G Minor with the Bath Choral Society. As a recitalist, Marie particularly enjoys performing with her husband, organist & pianist, Timothy Teague.

 

Marie still relishes her roots in the English Choral Tradition & works with a number of the country’s most prestigious ensembles, including The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment & Tenebrae Choir. Marie is also a member of the  Church Choir at St Bartholomew the Great, London's oldest surviving church.

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