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Honey Rouhani

Honey Rouhani was born in Tehran - Iran in one of the most renouned musical families in the country. She started playing the piano at the age of 6 with her father Mehran Rouhani. In 2000 Honey attended the Sylvia Young Theatre school where she was inspired to pursue her higher education in Drama. In 2003 Honey moved to London and started her Music Access Course at Morley College London, where she was soon encouraged to study classical singing and pursue opera. Honey gained a Concert singing diploma from the Birkbeck college London in 2007. Honey has been studying with singing professors such as Jennifer Dakin RAM, Ameral Gunson GSMD, Ian Kennedy GSMD. In 2011 Honey graduated from City University London with a Bachelor of Music with Honours in Performance and vocal studies from the Guildhall School of music and Drama. Honey made her Debut at the Epsom Playhouse singing the Role of Mabel in Hilbert and Sullivan's 'The Pirates of Penzance' and later in Offenbach's 'Orpheus' as the role of Cupid. Se has recently sung with the Pazardjik Symphony Orchestra under the baton of the British Conductor, Peter Fender. Honey is currently studying her Postgraduate in vocal studies (Soprano) at the Trinity College of Music studying with Sophie Grimmer. In October and November 2012 Honey was the soloist in Haydn's 'The Creation' with the Trinity Laban Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Nicholas Craemer at St John Smith's Square and Royal Naval Chapel in Greenwich. Other performances include Marcellina in Mozart's Marriage of Figaro - December 2012 In January 2013 honey was a finalist in the English Song Competition at the Trinity College of music Future engagements include the role of Tina in Jonathan Dove's 'The Flight' as a part of Trinity opera scenes in April 2013at Blackheath, Venus in Offenbach's 'Orpheus' as a part of Blackheath Opera in June 2013 and singing with the Angel Symphony Orchestra in July 2013 conducted by Peter Fender.

As well as her training and studies in Western Classical music Honey is also well familiar with Persian music and has performed in numerous events and concerts singing Persian songs. She performed in the National Theatre production of the Shahnameh, the great epic of Ferdowsi, the 13th century Iranian poet.

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