Ridchardson & Jensen Duo

SINGER: The UK-based Danish mezzo Anne-Sofie Søby Jensen is a Royal Academy of Music Scholar and member of the Academy’s prestigious Song Circle. Jensen appears frequently in lieder recitals in the UK and in Denmark.

In 2018 Anne-Sofie Søby Jensen was commended the Isabel Jay Prize and was a Schumann Lieder Prize finalist. Jensen has performed major baroque oratorios with Trevor Pinnock, Instruments of Time & Truth and Camerata Øresund. In May 2019 she received critical acclaim for her debut as Rosmira in Handel’s “Partenope” with Hampstead Garden Opera. 

Anne-Sofie Søby Jensen is supported by the Augustinus Foundation.

PIANIST: British pianist Cameron Richardson-Eames studied at Cambridge University, the Royal Academy of Music in London, and as a Fulbright Scholar at The Juilliard School. He has broadcast on BBC Radio 3 (including on the 2016 BBC Proms Launch Night with trumpeter Matilda Lloyd), Classic FM, SWR Deutschland, and WQXR.

Richardson-Eames has performed in many prestigious concert halls including the Wigmore Hall, St John’s Smith Square, Carnegie Hall, and Alice Tully Hall. Festival appearances include Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Ryedale, Jeunes Talents (Paris), Bach en Combrailles, Ravinia and Joye in Aiken (South Carolina).