© 2016 Naomi Quant

"Radiant on stage with a naturally strong yet easy presence"

Based in London, Naomi is an emerging dramatic coloratura soprano with great promise. With a stage presence flourishing she is also building a reputation as a concert soloist and recitalist performing regularly with a variety of ensembles and orchestras around the country.

Naomi gained her MMus from Trinity Laban Conservatoire in September 2016, studying under acclaimed operatic soprano Teresa Cahill and coach Robert Bottriell. During her time at Trinity Naomi received much praise for her performances in opera scenes and masterclasses, of particular note was her portrayal of Donna Anna in Mozart’s Don Giovanni and the creation of the role of Nelly Kirwin in the premier of the specially commissioned opera Banished by Stephen McNeff.

Her voice has been described as a "most important voice" and as possessing a “secure and beautiful sound”.

Future projects include The Queen of the Night in the ever popular Mozart Opera, The Magic Flute with Flat Pack Opera.
Recent opera roles include:
Violetta, La Traviata; Southgate Opera
Mrs. Grose, Turn of the Screw
Norma (cover)
Desdemona (cover), Otello; all with Aylesbury Opera
Madre/Chorus, Madama Butterfly; the East-West Arts Initiative at Cadogan Hall
Karternaufschlägerin (concert performance), Arabella;Fulham Opera
Ancella/chorus, Simon Boccanegra; Fulham Opera
        for which director, Fiona Williams, described Naomi as "amazing, reliable, open and on it; always willing to give it a go";
Mère Marie in Dialogues des Carmelites in Trinity's Spring scenes
        in which MDs Rob Bottriell and Kelvin Lim noted the understanding of the "poise and type of movement the                                 character would naturally assume"