Beth Peregrine


Beth Peregrine, soprano, is a Los Angeles based soloist and chorister originally from Melbourne, Australia. Peregrine began her career in Melbourne as a church soloist at Newman College, Australian Music Events Vocal Scholar and competition winner, performing at both Opera in the Alps and Opera in the Market. After performing with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra on the award winning film Disgrace, she traveled to Italy to perform as a soloist at the International Lyric Academy and then relocated to Los Angeles.

Since moving to Los Angeles, Peregrine has become a member of several esteemed chamber ensembles in the area, including Clarion Singers, Horizon Music Group, De Angelis Vocal Ensemble and The Golden Bridge. Peregrine has been a member of the Los Angeles Master Chorale for three seasons, and made her solo debut at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in 2015 performing Handel’s Messiah, and at the LAMC Maestro and Friends Dinner on stage with Grant Gershon.Peregrine’s 2016 engagements include LAMC’s production of Alexander’s Feast,  Schubert’s Mirjams Siegesgesang and Mass in G with the Hollywood Master Chorale, Tan Dun’s Water Passion at Ravinia Festival, and a week long residency in Canterbury Cathedral with the Clarion Singers. She also performs with the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Los Angeles Opera and holds a Bachelor of Music in Opera from California State University, Long Beach, as well as a Diploma in Screen and Theatre performance from the National Theatre Australia.

Updated April 2016