Acclaimed director Nina Brazier is establishing herself as a leader in her field, described by the Observer as 'one of Britain's leading young directors of opera' and as a 'skilful director' by Opera Magazine
Nina's upcoming productions include an international tour of A Song of Good & Evil to Den Haag, Freiburg, Stamford and Berlin, and productions for the Northern Aldborough Festival, Ryedale Festival and a residency with The Hermes Experiment at Aldeburgh Music.
Nina received first-class training at RADA, Exeter University, The Royal Court/Channel 4 Directors Scheme, The Operating Table course at the Royal Opera House, and is due to take part in the Opera Europa Opera Management Course this summer. Her productions include Debussy & his Muse at Buxton Festival, and productions for Montauban, Ryedale, Lammermuir, Tête-à-Tête and Stockholm Interplay Festivals. The Magic Flute and Spilt Milk & Trouble in Tahiti at the Arcola were both Time Out Critics' choice. She has acted as a visiting director at the Royal College of Music, the Italian Opera Summer School, Guildhall School of Music & Drama and Birkbeck University.