Caroline Loane


We had the pleasure of welcoming Caroline for our St George’s Day Service in April 2023.


Mezzo-soprano Caroline Loane is in her second year of study at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, where she is a scholarship student, under the tutelage of Amanda Roocroft.

Caroline began singing as a chorister at Southwark Cathedral where she sang for six years, before winning a music scholarship to the King’s School Canterbury as a singer and trumpeter. After leaving school, Caroline spent a year working at St. Paul’s Cathedral School as a music assistant and then time as a choral scholar in the Chapel Choir of Roval Hollowav. In 2021, Caroline successfully auditioned for the 2021/22 cohort of Genesis Sixteen, a highly competitive young artists’ scheme for aspiring ensemble singers, directed by Harry Christophers, founder of The Sixteen, and associate conductor Eamonn Dougan.

Since arriving at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, Caroline has been a finalist in the Winifred Micklam Prize, in which she won the Presentation Prize in memory of Joyce Stanley. More recent performances include the Autumn Opera Scenes and The Cunning Little Vixen.

On top of her conservatoire studies, Caroline works as a freelance singer in London.