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Roger Paterson’s music training began at the Junior Academy of Music at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (RCS) and continued at the University of Glasgow where he gained an honours degree in Musicology in 2007. He has since studied with Joan Gordon, Pat McMahon and Paul Farrington.
He has given solo recitals in a variety of venues around the United Kingdom: for Reger Festival, Swiss Church/London, at Ayr Town Hall and Pollok House/Glasgow and he gave a Russian Song recital for the Sphere Concert Series, Renfield St Stephens Church/Glasgow.
On the operatic stage, Roger has performed as:
Giuseppe (and cover of Gaston), La Traviata, (Longborough Festival Opera)
Rodolfo, La Bohème, (OLIVIER nominated, King’s Head Theatre transfer to The Trafalgar Studios/London)
Cavaradossi, Tosca, (OFFIE winner, King’s Head Theatre/London)
Mozart, Mozart and Salieri, (OFFIE nominated, Time Zone Theatre/London)
Turridu, Cavalleria Rusticana, (Kentish Opera)
Nadir, Les Pêcheurs de Perles, (Edinburgh Grand Opera)
The Scholar, The Wandering Scholar, (Opera Northern Group)
In 2019 his plans include performing the role of Don José in the King’s Head brand new production of Carmen, returning to the role of Count Almaviva in Opera Brava’s production of Il Barbiere di Siviglia, and performing as Alfredo in their brand new production of La Traviata.
His plans also include opera galas in Glasgow and Edinburgh.
In 2014, he became a founding member of Scozzesi and has performed at:
The Byre Theatre/St Andrews
Music in Thurso
Biggar Music Club
Strathearn Music Society
Ayr Music Club
Music in Dollar
Osprey Music Society
Newton Stewart and District Music Club
Winter Palace/Glasgow Green
Repeat performances planned in 2019 for Music Inverness, Music in Thurso and for Classic Music Live! Falkirk, Music Nairn and Melrose Music Society.
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