Soprano Clare Lloyd-Griffiths grew up in London and read music at Gonville and Caius Cambridge, where she was a choral scholar, before furthering her vocal studies at the Royal Academy of Music and the Royal Welsh College of Music where she was a Sir Geraint Evans Scholar. Her operatic roles include Susanna/Le Nozze di Figaro and Adele/Die Fledermaus (Weston Studio, Welsh Millenium Centre) and Madame Herz/Der Schauspieldirektor and Tonina/Salieri's Prima la musica, poi Le parole (Teatro Manoel of Valleta, Malta for the Notte Bianca Festival). Her work as a concert soloist includes Merab/Saul for the Spitalfields festival directed by Laurence Cummings and Exsultate jubilate at St John's Smith Square and Clare has sung as a soloist for the conductors Stephen Cleobury, David Hill and the late Sir Philip Ledger. A committed ensemble singer, Clare performs with many groups and is a member of the much-admired ensemble Solomon's Knot, who perform from memory and without conductor. Recent performances with the group include the Bach Johannes Passion at the Snape Maltings on Good Friday 2017 and the group made their Barbican debut in June 2018 with a programme of Bach motets for 'Bach Weekend'. In addition, Clare is a long-standing member of the renowned choir of the Brompton Oratory.