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Rhiannon Herridge

Voice Type:





United Kingdom

Languages (fluent):

English, Welsh


Principle Female Vocalist
Musica Maestro, Some Enchanted Evening, Various (Various)
The Voices of Silversea, Luna Rossa Productions

Covered Covered & Performed Scenes Premiere of New Work Concert

If I Loved You

April in Company, 2014

April in Company, 2014

April in Company, 2014

Caliente, 2015

Guest performer at Pianist Hyperion Knight's Solo Concert

Musical Theatre Cabaret, 2015

Photoshoot, Summer 2014

Minnie Morgan's Scholarship (2013)

"There are several stand-out scenes, such as the restrained-sexy butterfly story between the excellent Rhiannon Herridge and Joey Dexter, beautifully judged.” Philip Radcliffe (2014)

“I was taken with Bobby’s relationship with April the air hostess played by Rhiannon Herridge who made a convincing job of creating a dumb and boring personality. Bobby’s wooing of April and their subsequent bedroom scene was one of the more entertaining situations in the musical.” Michael Cookson (2014)

BMus Vocal Studies, First Class (Hons)
The Royal Northern College of Music

Welsh Soprano Rhiannon Herridge is a recent graduate of Vocal and Opera Studies at the Royal Northern College of Music. She graduated with a First Class Honours degree, under the guidance of principle study tutor Susan Roper.

Rhiannon has recently returned from a 7 month voyage aboard Silversea Luxury Cruise-liner, the Silver Cloud, crossing the Atlantic Ocean twice and visiting much of Europe, the Caribbean and the Amazon River. As Principle Female Vocalist on board, she performed primarily as a classical artist, but sang a diversity of repertoire alongside, including jazz, musical theatre and pop.

Prior to working on board the Silver Cloud, 2014 saw Rhiannon perform as an invited soloist at the RNCM Chamber Music Festival: The Art of Bach, as well as performing the role of Constance from Poulenc’s Dialogues des Carmélites at the RNCM Opera Excerpt showcase. She has also recently organised and performed as a featured soloist at Noswaith Llais i Gymru (A Voice for Wales Evening) at the brand new Ffwrnes Theatre. Her final performance at Music College was in the role of April in RNCM’s summer production of Sondheim’s Company.

Previous roles during Rhiannon’s time at college included, Louise in Roger and Hammerstein’s Carousel, Sylvia in Lehár’s The Merry Widow and Serpina in Pergolesi’s La Serva Padrona. Rhiannon appeared in the choruses of both Mozart’s La Clemenza di Tito and Barber’s Vanessa. She has also competed in both the Oncken and the Elsie Thurston Prize. Rhiannon's second and third years of study were supported by the Minnie Morgan Scholarship Trust.

As part of Rhiannon’s third year at college, she studied with Maestro Ubaldo Fabbri for three months on an exchange to Il Conservatorio di Rossini, Italy. Immediately afterwards, Rhiannon appeared as one of four finalists in Decca Records’ search for up and coming Welsh recording artists: the next Voice for Wales. The six part series of Llais i Gymru featured on S4C, presenting a range of opportunities, from recording a demo at Universal Studios, London, to performing a showcase for Decca Records executives, who are now keeping an eye on her development. Her most recent television appearances include work as a soloist on the Welsh language Songs of Praise: Dechrau Canu Dechrau Canmol and on Welsh talk show Wedi 3.

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