British soprano Mimi Doulton is a postgraduate scholar at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. In 2015 she graduated with first-class honours in Music and Languages from King's College London, where she was a choral scholar. Specialising in contemporary music, Mimi has performed new works at the Wigmore Hall, Club Inégales and as part of Rough for Opera. She was involved in the development workshops for Philip Venables' Olivier Award-nominated Royal Opera commission 4.48 Psychosis and has recently collaborated with Mahogany Opera Group on their 'Snappy Operas' education project. Her interpretation of Judith Weir's one-woman opera King Harald's Saga has been enjoyed by audiences in schools, nightclubs and art galleries alike, as well as at London's Wigmore Hall and St. John's Smith Square. Mimi is a 2017 Royaumont Académie Voix Nouvelles scholar, and recently performed in the London Symphony Orchestra's 'This is Rattle' project.