For the first time ever, three of the world's most famous female-led operas have been dramatically revised with their stories told through the eyes of composer and interpreter, Pamela Tan-Nicholson, for the world premiere of TriOperas, in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the UK's women's suffrage, Women's History Month and International Women's Day taking place on 8th March.
TriOperas portrays three women as reluctant heroines generations ahead of their time.
Turandot is a cross-dressing daredevil warrior-princess, Madame Butterfly is an ambitious and proud Japanese geisha, and Carmen, the free-spirited Spanish gypsy party girl. This innovative production, featuring Keedie
is a glorious fusion of classical music, musical theatre, circus, martial arts and dance.
Early in her career, Keedie met Tan-Nicholson, who launched her Royal Albert Hall debut and her first experience of performing with a symphony orchestra. Since then, Keedie has gained experience over diverse styles and repertoire supporting, amongst others, Tina Turner, Whitney Houston, Dame Shirley Bassey and Meatloaf.
During her audition for TriOperas, Keedie absolutely blew the panel away with a voice that has clearly
developed far and beyond the high expectations of its early potential.