Rhona is from Prestwick in Ayrshire, and studied at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music & Drama with Patricia MacMahon and Jane Irwin and at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama with John Evans, where she recently concluded her studies.
On leaving the GSMD, she sang Anne Trulove in British Youth Opera's acclaimed production of Stravinsky's The Rake's Progress.
Other recent roles Rhona has sung include: Rezia in La Rencontre Imprévue by Gluck; Anne Who Steals in The King Goes Forth to France by Sallinen; Agafya in The Marriage by Martinů, all for GSMD opera; and Ortensia (cover) in Mirandolina by Martinů for Garsington Opera.
Rhona's concert highlights include: The Angel in Jephtha for the London Handel Festival (also broadcast on BBC Radio 3); a recital of Handel and Purcell in St Georges Hanover Square, London; and The Creation with the London Concert Choir.
Rhona has also enjoyed performing regularly in concerts with Sholto Kynoch for the Oxford Lieder Festival and recently recorded Messiaen's La Mort du Nombre with him and Kaoru Yamada for Stone Records.