"Versatile singer perfect for corporate events, weddings, celebrations. "

About the Band:

Lucinda is a professional singer based in London with a wealth of experience and training. She originally trained as a classical/opera singer at the prestigious Guildhall School of Music and Drama and previously graduated from the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire and the University of Manchester. Lucinda is an extremely versatile vocalist and enjoys singing an array of genres including opera, classical crossover, jazz, pop, musical theatre and motown/soul. She is represented as an actor-singer in the musical theatre industry by Anthony Williams at Keddie Scott Associates.

Lucinda has worked for many renowned  opera and theatre companies including Opera Holland Park, Thursford Christmas Spectacular, Longborough Opera Festival, Opera de Baugé, HERA Theatre Company and she was given the opportunity to be filmed as a soloist for BBC Songs of Praise for their annual Easter Service in 2016. Most recently Lucinda made her Pantomime debut as the Fairy Godmother in Cinderella for Shone Productions. She has performed as a soloist in venues such as Wigmore Hall, LSO St Luke’s and a personal highlight for Lucinda was singing alongside Sir Bryn Terfel in a concert version of Falstaff at the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Hall conducted by Vasily Petrenko.

Lucinda is available to sing at an array of events including corporate events, weddings, parties and celebrations of all kind. With her wide vocal range spanning nearly 3 octaves she can sing pretty much anything and loves bringing variety and a touch of class to her performances. Whether it’s the silky tones of Frank Sinatra you are after, the emotional melody of Nessun Dorma or the upbeat classics from Aretha Franklin, Lucinda can provide it all. The satisfaction of the client is always Lucinda’s priority and she is always happy to put special requests into her set lists when spoken about with the client in advance.



Perfect for corporate events, weddings, celebrations.
Female solo singer.
£ 250

Song List

Classical Crossover

Nessun Dorma | Puccini

O mio babbino caro | Puccini

Song to the moon | Dvorak

Habanera | Bizet

The Flower Duet (as a solo) | Delibes

The Prayer | Andrea Bocelli

Time to say goodbye | Andrea Bocelli

Ave Maria | Gounod

Hallelujah | Leonard Cohen

I will always love you | Whitney Houston

Can’t help falling in love | Elvis

All I ask of you | Phantom of the Opera

Music of the night | Phantom of the Opera

Somewhere over the rainbow | The Wizard of Oz

You raise me up | Josh Groban

A thousand years | Christina Perri

Pure Imagination | Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Nella Fantasia | Sarah Brightman

Never Enough | The Greatest Showman

When you wish upon a star - Disney

Musical Theatre

Bring him home - Les Miserables

I dreamed a dream - Les Miserables

All I ask of you - Phantom of the Opera

Music of the night - Phantom of the Opera

I could have danced all night - My Fair Lady

Cabaret - Cabaret

Don’t rain on my parade - Funny Girl

Big spender - Sweet Charity

The Sound Of Music - The Sound of Music

You’ll never walk alone - Carousel

Some Enchanted Evening - South Pacific

All that Jazz - Chicago

Memory - Cats

Tonight - West Side Story

Somewhere - West Side Story

Come What May - Moulin Rouge

Diamonds are a girls best friend - Gentleman Prefer Blondes

Unchained Melody - Ghost

New York, New York - New York, New York

I’ve had the time of my life - Dirty Dancing


Cry me a river | Ella Fitzgerald

S’wonderful | Gershwin

Night and Day | Cole Porter

Puttin’ on the Ritz | Ella Fitzgerald

Bewitched, bothered and bewildered | Ella Fitzgerald

Cheek to Cheek | Ella Fitzgerald

Come fly with me | Frank Sinatra

Fly me to the moon | Frank Sinatra

I get a kick out of you | Frank Sinatra

At Last | Etta James

Witchcraft | Frank Sinatra

My way | Frank Sinatra

My funny valentine | Frank Sinatra

Mack the Knife | Frank Sinatra

It don’t mean a thing | Ella Fitzgerald

Georgia on my mind | Ray Charles

I got rhythm | Gershwin

Feeling good | Nina Simone

Pop (a range of eras)

Ain’t no mountain high enough | Diana Ross

Proud Mary | Tina Turner

Natural Woman | Aretha Franklin

Shallow | Lady Gaga (A Star is born)

Always remember us this way | Lady Gaga (A star is born)

Signed, sealed, delivered | Stevie Wonder

Dancing in the streets | Martha and the Vandellas

Wanna dance with somebody - Whitney Houston

Dancing in the moonlight - Toploader


Geoff Read - Journalist
Opera concert
The standard of singing rose dramatically after the interval with Donde lieta usci from Act III of Puccini’s La bohème: Lucinda Scott was a venerable, glowing, enthralling Mimi.
Judith C - Journalist
Opera Production - The Magic Flute
The princess, Pamina, (Lucinda Scott) communicated a whole range of emotions with the most beautiful soprano voice.
Debra I
Funeral client
Lucinda was on time, pleasant and very professional. Lovely voice. Thank you!
John Maiden - journalist The Lynn News
Pantomime - Cinderella, Shone Productions
The poor downtrodden girl’s Fairy Godmother, played to perfection by Lucinda Scott.