Olivia started singing professionally since the age of 10 as a chorister with Bath Abbey Girls’ Choir. Olivia now focuses mainly on operatic repertoire and has now completed her postgraduate studies at Trinity Laban Conservatoire for Music and Dance.

Before her postgraduate studies Olivia attended Morley College Opera. Following her time at Morley, she went on to become a Rossini Young Artist as part of the Rossini 2016 Opera Festival. Here, she performed various roles in concerts throughout the year and covered the role of Berta in the festival’s final performance of Il Barbiere di Siviglia at Cadogan Hall.

Other notable projects include an appearance as the gypsy lover in a production of Puccini’s Il Tabarro with the Melos Sinfonia alongside guest artist, Sarah-Jane Lewis. As well as spending three years touring with Opera Anywhere, singing the role of 1st Lady, 1st boy and Papagana in an adaptation of Mozart’s The Magic Flute directed by Sue Moore. Olivia also took on the role of Despina in St Paul’s Opera’s summer production of Così Fan Tutte under the direction of Ashley Pearson, Louisa Tee and Juliane Gallant and joined Opera Brava in their touring production of The Marriage of Figaro as Barbarina.

This year, Olivia will continue to tour with Opera Anywhere, performing the role of Pamina in their original Magic Flute Production. Olivia is also set to join World on Stage touring A Viennese Strauss Gala throughout the UK & Ireland in 2019.