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Originally from Edinburgh, tenor Euan Williamson is currently studying with Scott Johnson at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland as part of a Masters degree specialising in performance.
Having completed an undergraduate degree in music at Newcastle University, Euan spent several years living and working in the North East, regularly singing as a Lay Clerk at St Nicholas Cathedral in Newcastle. He is a member of current Choir of the Year winners Voices of Hope, as well as a Genesis Sixteen alumnus, performing under Harry Christophers and Eamonn Dougan at venues including Bridgewater Hall and Hampton Court’s Chapel Royal.
Recent performances include Mozart’s Coronation Mass, as part of a Genesis Sixteen quartet at the Cumnock Tryst festival, as well as appearing in the televised final of the Let the Peoples Sing competiton with Voices of Hope. He has worked in masterclasses with Roderick Earle and also undertaken sessions with various coaches as part of the Samling Academy programme. He has sung the role of Strephon (Iolanthe, Gilbert & Sullivan) for Berwick Festival Opera, and featured in several new works including the Durham Hymns, a project commissioned by Durham County Council to commemorate the centenary of the Battle of the Somme.
Future engagements involve performances of the Messiah and Leonard Bernstein's Chichester Psalms and a performance of John Rutter’s Requiem, conducted by the composer, alongside Voices of Hope. He will also shortly begin rehearsals for the RCS’ annual Opera Workshop programme.
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