British Soprano Kirsty is a graduate of The Royal Academy of Music, and Birmingham Conservatoire. The youngest in her year at Birmingham, Kirsty became the highest marked Bmus Vocal student in a performance, gaining the only First Class award for a final recital, She graduated with Honours in 2005. Upon completion of her MA at The Royal Academy of Music, Kirsty then went on to set another record, becoming the first person to be awarded a mark of 100% for a masters recital. Consequently Kirsty was award a DipRam alongside her Masters for "an exceptional performance in a recital".

Kirsty made her professional operatic début in 2012 as Cockerel in Melly Still's production of Janácek's Cunnning Little Vixen, under the baton of Vladimir Jurowski. Since then Kirsty has covered the roles of First Nymph in Rusalka and Female Chorus in The Rape of Lucretia both for Glyndebourne. 2014 will see Kirsty make her European début with Rome Opera.

In regular demand as a concert soloist Kirsty's repertoire includes Verdi Requiem, Brahms Requiem, Mozart Requiem and Handel's Messiah. Kirsty is also an experienced song recitalist, enjoying a varied repertoire of music, but with noted performances of Debussy's Ariettes Oubliees, concerts of traditional folk songs and Strauss' Vier Letzte Lieder. 

Kirsty continues her studies under the vocal direction of Mezzo-Soprano Anne Howells. She wishes to express her gratitude to The Josephine Baker Trust and The Marjorie & Dorothy Whyte Memorial Fund for their support.