Rosie Howarth 

Rosie Howarth is a conductor and singer based in South Wales and has just graduated with an MA in Choral Conducting from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, under the tutelage of Neil Ferris and Sarah Tenant-Flowers. Prior to this she studied Music and German at Cardiff University and the Freie Universität, Berlin, graduating with first-class honours in 2012 and receiving the David Evans prize.

Rosie has sung and played the violin in a number of ensembles in England, Wales and Germany. As a singer, she is currently a member of the BBC National Chorus of Wales, with which she regularly performs on BBC Radio 3 and BBC Four, at the BBC Proms, and has made several CD recordings.
As well as Cor Bro Ogwr, Rosie is the Musical Director of Caerphilly Community Chorus and Songbirds Choir in Cardiff. She is also an assistant conductor on Welsh National Youth Opera's 2016 production of Kommilitonen! by Peter Maxwell Davies.