Welcome to the website of British soprano Sophie PullenFill 2 + Fill 3 + Fill 4 Copy 5

Winner of the Förderpreis der Stadt Torgau at the Internationale Sängerakademie 2015 Sophie Pullen’s recent work includes performances at Leighton House, aboard the Minerva in Chile, Peru & Ecuador, oratorios for Ludlow and Billingshurt Choral Societies, Strauss and Lehár arias with the Orchestra of St John’s, and two original productions of music, spoken word and art at Kino Teatr, St Leonards on sea.

In the autumn Sophie will be commencing studies on English National Opera’s Operaworks programme supported by an ENO bursary and sponsorship from Coulter Partners. A recent Opera Prelude Grant is also enabling her to have lessons with Dame Anne Evans whom she sang for in a Masterclass earlier this year for the International Opera Awards & Opera Prelude.


Recent operatic roles include Musetta (cover), Clapham Opera Festival, Adina – L’elisir d’amore, Barefoot Opera Tour, and Kate Pinkerton – Madama Butterfly, Cadogan Hall.

Sophie holds a 1st Class Mathematics degree from Leeds University and lives in Sussex where she studies with Janet Haney.  She regularly attends masterclasses with Professor Regina Werner-Dietrich in Leipzig. Sophie graduated with a Distinction and the Postgraduate Prize for Excellence from Birmingham Conservatoire in 2013.


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3 December – Recital ARMY & NAVY CLUB
36 Pall Mall, London SW1Y 5JN

4 December – Arias with the Sussex Concert Orchestra under Kenneth Roberts, St Barnabus Church

9 & 10 December – Cantique de Noël, a recital for voice & harp @ Kino Teatr 


“Atalanta… sung by Sophie Pullen, is perhaps the most complex character in the opera to pull off, but her quiet scheming was clearly portrayed from the start, Pullen’s movements making her the one figure on stage that I felt I couldn’t take my eyes off.” -Adrian Horsewood, Early Music Today

“Outstanding though was her performance of Rachmaninov’s wordless Vocalise.” – The Oxford Magazine, Peter Schofield 

“Sophie Pullen herself floated the heady lines of Et incarnatus est with ease” – The Lark Review

 “Sophie Pullen’s Lauretta playfully subverted her own shining moment, O mio babbino caro, with a display of teenage petulance” – The Birmingham Post

One Comment Add yours

  1. Andrew AGATHANGELOU says:

    Hello Sophie,

    Have just had the pleasure of seeing Acis and Galatea in St George’s church.
    Enjoyed the production very much and your singing!
    Best wishes,

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