Deborah Gjeloshaj has worked as a professional singer, coach
and music teacher for 25 years for companies including the BBC Welsh Singers,
Delfont Macintosh Theatres, the International American School in Switzerland with
celebrated conductors like Richard Hickox and Barry Griffiths OBE at venues
including the Royal Albert Hall and Her Majesty’s theatre
She has sung throughout the United Kingdom, including the
prestigious Stratford-Upon-Avon Music Festival and at Chester and Gloucester
Cathedrals, with great pianists like David Mackie and Carol-Anne Wells.
Deborah has performed many Lieder recitals, as a soloist
with orchestras and jazz quartets, is the vocal facilitator for Les Miserables
in the West End and is currently recording new compositions of contemporary
classical music by Rodney Janet Stone.
Deborah is “in demand” as an international lecturer on
Opera, and specialising in the operas of Puccini, Wagner and Mozart, and on the
history of western classical music.
6 years ago, she founded the Kitchen Youth Opera company
which inspires young singers between the ages of 9 and 18 to perform and
Deborah’s CDs Shadows of the Twentieth Century, which
features her renditions of works by William Walton and Arnold Schoenberg, and
Shapes of Love are available to buy here.