Aida, Norma, Tosca, Lady Macbeth, Gioconda, Carmen, Senta in The Flying Dutchman, Leonora in Il Trovatore, Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni, Leonora in Force of Destiny, Abigail in Nabucco, Turandot, Lady Heartfelt in Mozart's The Impresario, Lucy in Menotti's The Telephone, Lady Lillian Lightfoot in A Liver Bird Sang, title role Fanny Robin (English premiere) Santuzza in Cavalleria Rusticana, Violetta in La Traviata (with baritone Terence Sharpe and musical director Leonard Hancock) Witch in Hansel and Gretel, Mother in Amahl and the Night Visitors by Menotti, Maddalena in Andrea Chenier by Giordano.
Expanding oratorio repertoire includes: (solo soprano)
Verdi (Requiem), Dvorak (Stabat Mater), Rossini (Stabat Mater), Handel (Messiah), Bach (Magnificat), Schubert (Mass in G), Beethoven (Mass in C), Mendelssohn ( Elijah), Lloyd Webber (Requiem), Haydn ( Creation), Mozart (Requiem), Brahms (German Requiem).
Soprano soloist in the “Glagolitic Mass” with Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Aida with Manchester Mozart Orchestra, Concert edition, Opera Gala with the London Sinfonia and tenor Anthony Mee, guest soprano soloist, which included final scene “Turandot”, concert in the presence of Prince Edward, masterclass for singers at Covent Garden, soloist in Aids Benefit “Music for Life” concert at Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, with performers from West End theatres, with a wide variety of concerts including contemporary works for voice clarinet and piano.
Assistant producer “Carmen” Southport arts Theatre, Artistic adviser for “Una Voce”, opera company Liverpool.
Guest soloist in concerts at the Liverpool Anglican and Catholic cathedrals.
Three sopranos concert with Nicola Ledwidge and Catherine Cunningham.
Tutor of voice, Edge Hill University College, Southport College of performing arts, Artsound School of music, Liverpool.
Created the role of Lady Lillian Lightfoot in "A Liver Bird Song” by Geoff Lavelle as part of Liverpool's Capital of Culture celebrations.