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Ted Black

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Ted Black

Ted Black

Ted Black


Grange Festival International Singing Competition - Semi-finalist (2019)

Lies Askonas Competition - First Place (2019)

Governors' Recital Prize for Chamber Music (RCS) - First Place (2017)

Governors' Recital Prize for Singing (RCS) - First Place (2017)

Leonie Kayser Prize for Singing (RCS) - Second Place (2017)

Jean Highgate Scholarship for Singing (RCS) - First Place (2016)

International Opera Studio
Royal College of Music
Royal College of Music
BMus (Hons)
Royal Conservatoire of Scotland

Born and raised in London, tenor Ted Black is currently a member of the Royal College of Music's International Opera Studio, having previously graduated both from the RCM and the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Ted’s operatic roles include Gonzalve (L’heure Espagnole - RCM), Cecco (Il mondo della Luna - RCM), Junge Seeman (Tristan und Isolde – Saffron Opera Group). His extensive concert work has included Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms at the Edinburgh International Festival, with Marin Alsop and the São Paulo Symphony Orchestra, Vaughan-WIlliams’ Third Symphony with John Wilson, and last December, Ted toured the Netherlands performing Handel’s Messiah with the Nieuwe Philharmonie Urecht. Ted has enjoyed successes in many competitions - he won first place in the 2019 Lies Askonas Competition, was a semi-finalist in the 2019 Grange Festival International Singing Competition, and, while studying in Glasgow, won first place in the Governors’ Recital Prizes for both singing and chamber music, the Jean Highgate Scholarship for Singing, and the Florence Veitch Ibler Prize for Oratorio.

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