The Story of the Wild Soprano


        Canadian-born Angela Molineux, began classical training and performing at 8 years of age. Her first performances included high profile events for esteemed Canadian dignitaries, as well the Calgary Winter Olympics. She continued her classical and opera studies at The UBC School of Music and The Juilliard School. Angela has had the privilege of performing at the opening ceremonies for The Vancouver Canada Line, anthem singing at BMO Field and Swanguard Stadium, and performing in The Amalfi Music Coast Festival. She recently performed with Passionata for King Abdullah II of Jordan,was a featured artist for fashion label Kokon to Zai and Dior, had a guest appearance on Made in Chelsea, and performed at the Beverly Hills Proms.
 
Her love of singing with abandon anywhere and everywhere for the homeless and royalty alike, crossing multiple musical genres, and displaying her pure joie de vivre, have earned her the title, “The Wild Soprano”. Some of her recording highlights include chorus soprano for Die Meistersinger with Ben Heppner (CBC Radio Canada), feature artist for Mythos (Warner Music), Vacuus Vos for Virgin Galactic and soprano vocals for Ilan Eshkeri's Requiem for Burberry.
 
Published as a child author of short stories and poetry, Angela discovered a passion for lyric writing from a young age. Drawing inspiration from an honors degree in psychology as well as her own life experiences, Angela’s music is a poetic expression of life’s journey, full of reflection, depth and emotion, with songs exuding both spirituality and sex appeal. Her debut EP, With Love and Light, is now available through iTunes featuring songs co-written with writer/producer Max Herman (Universal Music) and Angela’s angelic, awe-inspiring vocals.