Recent solo engagements include

November 2013 

Britten - Rejoice in the Lamb                                Exeter Bach Society


February 2014

Recital with David Davies (Piano)                         Glenorchy Church


March 2014

Handel Salve Regina                                               Orpheus Singers (Isle of Wight)


May 2014

Daughter's of Elvin                                                 Totnes, Devon

Brahms Requiem                                                    Budleigh Salterton Festival Workshop


July 2014

Canteloube -  Chants D'Auvergne                       Exeter Symphony Orchestra


Oct 2014  

Masters of the Kings Music                                  Powderham Castle Music Room

(A recital of words and music tracing the development of these composers

and their work over the centuries.)


April 2015

Recital with David Davies (Piano)                       Glenorchy Church


June 2015

Mendelssohn - Hear My Prayer                          Exeter Cathedral with ESO 


July 2015

Recital with David Davies (Piano)                       Budleigh Salterton Festival


September 2015

Handel 1707                                                             Powderham Castle

Solo recital with Powderham Ensemble (compiled from the vast array of

Cantatas Handel wrote in Italy in 1707)


December 2105

Handel – Messiah                                                  Powderham Castle 

(small scale performance 2 voices per part)

"I have had the pleasure of working with Alison as a duet partner on several occasions. Each time has been a total delight. Her voice is clear and flexible and she is able to adapt to many different styles and circumstances.

Most important of all, she is a good musical soul, and it is clear she loves the creative process of performance. She is a good 'geist' to be around!"  Evelyn Tubb

"Working with Alison is a delight.

She is imaginative in creating alluring programmes....totally professional in her approach .....and communicates in the easiest manner with audiences of

all mixes and ages".

        Professor George Pratt.