Miranda Wright is a singing teacher based in North East England and a Vocal Professor at the Royal College of Music. She is Head of Classical Singing at Newcastle University, teaches at Durham University, and works with local young singers. She has taught for Eton Choral Courses, the National Youth Choir of Great Britain and is in demand as a leader of masterclasses.
Miranda studied with Ann Lampard before attending the Royal Northern College of Music where she studied with Caroline Crawshaw and was a Peter Moores Scholar and multiple prize winner. She performed professionally for several years before committing full time to her passion for teaching.
She directed the Samling Academy Opera productions Albert Herring (2013), L’enfant et les sortilèges (2015) and Venus and Adonis (2018) along with semi-staged programmes of art song and poetry for Samling Academy.