Meet the Team
Who We Are
Roxana Nite, a soprano and music educator based in Glasgow, graduated from the Music Conservatoire in Romania. She has performed in opera productions internationally and collaborated with renowned companies. As the founder of Clyde Opera Group, she actively contributes to the Scottish music scene and holds esteemed positions, including Honorary Cultural Counsellor and Deputy Lecturer at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
Razvan is a versatile musician with a Bachelor's Degree in Orchestral Conducting and additional training in jazz and film composition. With experience conducting both operatic and symphonic performances, Razvan has collaborated with various prestigious organizations and orchestras in Romania, Germany, Ireland, and Scotland. Currently based in Scotland, Razvan holds positions as a Musical Director, Organist, and Choir Director for different choirs and opera groups, while also serving as a pianist and accompanist for ballet studios and choral societies.
Ancuta Nite, a Romanian British pianist based in Scotland since 2000, is a highly accomplished performer, educator, and ambassador for Hospices of Hope, known for her captivating solo performances and collaborations with renowned musicians, while also being the Artistic Director of the Ardtornish Piano Retreat Concert Series.
Elizabeth Wells is a highly accomplished musician with a Bachelor of Arts in Music and a Master's degree in Vocal Performance. She has performed in various productions, showcasing her talent as a vocalist and actress. With a passion for directing, Elizabeth looks forward to her first production with Clyde Opera Group.
Adrienne Cameron-Stewart is from Glasgow. Adrienne is currently a theatre student at Queen Margret University in Edinburgh and always loved theatre so she is very happy to be a part of the production team of La Traviata. Adrienne is involved in the planning and management of the performance from behind the curtains, keeping everyone right and making sure that all the props and other items are prepared, and she would love to go forward with this career as a full time job after university.
Assistant Stage Manager & Lighting
Miruna Popescu, a classical pianist and violinist, holds a Bachelor's degree in classical music from the University of Aberdeen and a Master's degree in Music Industries from the University of Glasgow. She is a booker and promoter at Broadcast and PCL, hosts local band nights, and is launching an independent label to support independent bands. She aims to pursue classical music while exploring other genres through business and performance.
Anna-Louise Kinnie loves music and started playing the piano at the age of 8 and violin when she was 11. Since 2016 Anna-Louise continued her studies at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Pre-Junior and Junior Departments.
In 2021 Anna-Louise achieved a Distinction in Grade 8 Piano and the following year she achieved a Distinction in the ARSM Diploma (Piano). Anna-Louise also plays violin in the West of Scotland School Symphony Orchestra and in the Whistlebinkies Folk Group. Anna-Louise’s ambition is to become a pianist and she is thrilled to have the opportunity to collaborate with Clyde Opera Group to gain new skills and experience and learn from musicians of such high standard.
Italian Language Coach
Elisa Pittau is a trained opera singer and oboist who has performed various roles in renowned operas. She is also a member of the Trio Hayez and has received accolades for her musical contributions. Elisa is currently working as an Italian Language coach with Clyde Opera.