Ossian Huskinson is a young bass currently undertaking a Masters degree in Vocal Performance at the Royal Academy of Music, taking lessons with Mark Wildman.
Ossian holds a First Class Honours degree in Music from the University of Nottingham, where he received vocal tuition from Richard Howarth. His time there afforded him several performance opportunities, most notably bass soloist in Mozart’s Requiem and Haydn’s Theresienmesse, an evening showcase of arias from Spanish Zarzuela, and a chamber performance of Vaughan Williams’s Five Mystical Songs. Ossian has also twice been the recipient of the department’s annual award for exceptional performance.
At the Academy, Ossian has performed in the renowned Kohn Foundation Bach Cantata Series, and is one of the upcoming soloists for their May performance. He also regularly performs in the Vocal Faculty’s opera scene productions, and has performed as Curio (Giulio Cesare), Leporello (Don Giovanni), and Rocco (Fidelio)
Other performances include Bach’s St Matthew Passion with Lincoln Cathedral Choir, Lincoln Choral Society and the Lincoln Diocesan Ladies Choir, Beethoven’s Mass in C with Didcot Choral Society, and Mozart’s Great Mass in C Minor, and Fauré’s Requiem with Arundel Choral Society.
Ossian is the recipient of the Baroness de Turckheim Vocal Scholarship and the Norman McCann Prize. He is extremely grateful for the support of the Drapers’ Company, the Lucille Graham Trust, and the Kochan Trust for their tremendous contributions to his studies, and to the numerous interested persons in Lincolnshire and Nottingham who have also offered their support. Ossian is also supported by the Josephine Baker Trust, through partnership at the Royal Academy of Music.
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