Angélique began her studies with the Guernsey Music Service before attending the Purcell School of Music in 2003. She received a bachelor’s degree from the Royal College of Music and in 2010 was awarded a master’s in Music Performance from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Angélique has studied with cellists Alexander Baillie, Alice Neary and Bernard Greenhouse and has studied singing with Noelle Barker.

Angélique is a Concordia Foundation Young Artist and founded its Cello Ensemble in 2011. She plays with the Colima Piano Quintet and is a member of electronic/experimental rock band CIAM.

In 2011, Angélique made her Southbank debut at the Queen Elizabeth Hall singing Baillie/Baudelaire La Mort des Amants for soprano and cello ensemble. Recent concerto performances include the Elgar Cello Concerto with the St James Sinfonia, Elgar transcriptions with the Guernsey Symphony Orchestra and Haydn Cello Concerto in C major with the City of London Chamber Ensemble. Other recent engagements include performing cello duets for HRH the Prince of Wales and recitals of Bach Cello Suites in Denmark and at the Victor Hugo International Music Festival.


Guildhall School of Music and Drama
London, UK

Royal College of Music
London, UK

Quickfire Questions

If you could play another instrument, what would it be?
I already sing so maybe that doesn’t count. I’d play the French horn so I could play Strauss orchestral music, or the bass guitar, as bass riffs are the best part of rock music.

What is your most embarrassing or amusing musical moment?
I got the hiccups after having a cola during the interval of an orchestral concert. When I went back on stage the conductor took so long to start the next half that I hiccupped very loudly in pin-drop silence. It was mortifying. Now I never have fizzy drinks on the day of a concert!