British Soprano Chloé Underwood is currently studying for a postgraduate degree at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama under the tutelage of Janice Chapman and Maire Vassiliou.
After graduating from the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire with a first-class degree with honors, Chloé went on to perform in Hansel and Gretel with the British Youth Opera and Silent Opera company at Opera Holland Park where she played one of the four children in the chorus.
Between studying Chloé performed with the Whitland Male Voice choir in Cheltenham and organized various charity concerts around the West Midlands with the Martin Schellenberg trust which she is a trustee. Chloé has has taken part in various masterclasses including, Susan Bullock with Ongar Music Club, Susanna Stranders, and Matthew Rose.
Having been awarded a scholarship to the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, Chloe went on to perform the roles of; Hermia in RBC's The Enchanted Island, Nancy(Albert Herring), Mercedes(Carmen), and covered Julia Bertrum in Mansfield Park. Chloé has performed at various venues around the country giving recitals in; St Martin in the Bullring, All Saints, Hertford and Malvern Priory. Chloé recently competed in the Charles Wood International Song Prize and was awarded the Charles Wood prize in Northern Ireland. Chloé was also accepted onto the British Youth Opera course in 2020. Chloé was awarded 2nd Prize in the Edward Brooke's English Song prize in 2021 with Robin Bowman saying that, "Chloé Possesses a strong rich voice which she displays with artistic imagination and interpretative passion."
During the Coronavirus pandemic like many others Chloé's performances were all cancelled or postponed, She therefore decided to do weekly performances off her balcony at home singing an array of different opera arias and songs. She gave these weekly concerts for walkers and passersby for 10 weeks during the lockdown and raised over £2000 pounds for the Leckhampton Sue Ryder Foundation.