Our story 2018-03-28T19:58:43+00:00

Mifuji Kirstin Clark and Dolly Thompson

Mimi (Mifuji) and Dolly are both based in Oxfordshire.
They met in 2017 in a programme for singers, and since then they have performed in various venues.

Dolly Thomson

Mifuji Kirstin Clark

Soprano

“Mimi” was born in Japan to a Japanese mother and an English father. She began taking piano and singing lessons at a very young age and after graduating from university in Tokyo, she moved to Italy to study Opera. After graduating from the “Conservatorio di Musica”, she has performed solo at various concerts, participated in an opera group, acted in various theatres, including the “Arena di Verona”, and has sung in the Verona Cathedral choir for over 10 years. After moving to the UK in 2014, she has sung at several concerts as a soloist, winning prizes at various music competitions.

Dolly Thomson

Dolly Thompson

Mezzo Soprano

Dolly began singing with the Hildegard Choir in Oxford, and went on to study with Annette Thompson (vocal teacher at guildhall school of music and drama). In 2013 Dolly had to pull out of full time study at a conservatoire due to illness, but the following year she gave concerts to raise money for those suffering from ME/CFS, their carers and families. She has recently re-commenced training with Paola Cuffolo at the Oxford Voice Studio and she will be furthering her studies at Associated Studios London, on their Opera Course. She is a prize winner of the Oxford Music Festival 2017.