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Li Li’s effortless, powerful and soulful vocal delivery and graceful stage presence has thrilled audiences across the world.


With a focus spread between crossover repertoire and traditional opera, Li Li has an impressive career history, with live performances ranging from opera and chorus stage roles, performances at festivals and sports ceremonies, and many notable collaborations and world tours.


Her packed touring schedule has included opera roles in The Magic Flute, Don Giovanni and Cosi Fan Tutte, and in the chorus of productions such as Puccini's Madame Butterfly at London's prestigious Royal Albert Hall (produced by Raymond Gubbay, 2011).


She has performed as a top act at the Chinese New Year Festival in Zhijiang City, China, at opening ceremonies for sports events such as the World Unified Martial Arts Championship in Italy, and at several international television features which include the performance on Eurosport TV for the Superkombat's 2013 World Grand Prix Final - broadcast live in 90 countries.

Furthermore, solo performances include Coleshill Last Night of the Proms, recitals at several historic British venues and churches, and UK tours with show such as "Magical Mozart" and "Baroque By Candlelight".

The Chinese-born soprano now based in the UK, has received the accolades of the Mario Lanza Opera Prize and the Ashleyan Opera Prize for her vocal work, whilst other career highlights include an impromptu performance before world renowned maestro Andrea Bocelli of Butterfly's “Un Bel Di Vedremo” prior to Mr Bocelli's live show at London’s O2 Arena.


Li Li has collaborated in regular tours with Britain’s Got Talent’s finalist saxophonist Julian Smith, and in a 2013 duet with the late legendary Hollywood actor Sir Christopher Lee (Lord of The Rings, Star Wars) of "Jingle Hell" - a

playful metal-crossover take on "Jingle Bells" for Lee’s unique Christmas single "A Heavy Metal Christmas Too” that reached no.18 in the USA Billboard charts!

Li Li also collaborates with the BOND string quartet.


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