Scottish soprano Shuna Scott Sendall graduated from the Alexander Gibson Opera School at RSAMD, where she studied with Jane Irwin and Patricia Macmahon.
She has won many prizes, most recently the inaugural BBC Radio 2 Kiri Prize, as well as the Great Elm Vocal Awards, the 2004 Scottish Wagner Society's Bayreuth Scholarship, and a scholarship to the Lake Placid Institute International Vocal Seminar (New York). She is also a Samling scholar and a Crear Scholar.
Her many and varied concert appearances have included; Mozart C-Minor Mass and Requiem, Verdi Requiem, Beethoven 9, Bach St John Passion, Berlioz Nuits D'ete, Barber Knoxville Summer of 1915, Handel Messiah, Rutter Magnificat, Wagner Wesendonck Lieder and performances throughout Britain with her chamber groups 'écoute' and 'éisd'.
Operatic roles include; Elettra Idomeneo, Concepcion L'Heure Espagnole, La Ciesca Gianni Schicchi, Mrs Green Down by the Greenwood Side, Lady Billows (cover, Albert Herring) and Louisa (cover, The Duenna) all at RSAMD, Medea The Minotaur and The Aunt Madama Butterfly with Scottish Opera, Micaela Carmen with HHCOS, Carmen Carmen with Cupar Choral, Frasquita (cover, Carmen) and Santuzza (cover, Cavalleria Rusticana) with Dorset Opera, Elsa (cover, Lohengrin) with The Mastersingers, Magdalena Die Meistersinger with the Edinburgh Players and The Cock, the Jay and the Innkeeper's Wife The Cunning Little Vixen with BYO as well as work with Opera on a Shoestring, Scottish Opera Chorus, WNO Chorus, RSNO and Mid Wales Opera.