Originally from Yorkshire, Isaac Cooper has been singing since the age of 7 where, as a chorister in the choir of St. Giles, Pontefract Isaac discovered his passion for singing. Whilst there, Isaac worked across the county as a soloist, with particular highlights including the Chichester Psalms and Mendelssohn’s Elijah. Following a change of voice, Isaac deputised at Wakefield Cathedral and Leeds Parish Church.
He also embarked on several courses with the National Youth Choir of Great Britain. Isaac studied Classics at King’s College, London where he also worked closely with renowned singing teacher Andrew Padmore.
He continued his burgeoning career as a soloist by performing works such as Mozart’s Requiem and Stainer’s Crucifixion. Following university, Isaac took up a role singing with Norwich Cathedral Choir where he is continued to develop his choral and soloistic work. During his time at Norwich, Isaac continued his studies with Patricia Rozario and Richard Edgar-Wilson. Isaac now combines his passion for singing with his job as a journalist in Cumbria whilst enjoying cooking, cricket and real ale.