TED BLACK - Mozart - Dies Bildnis ist bezaubernd schön
TED BLACK - Rachmaninov - In the silence of the night
TED BLACK - Schubert - Nacht und Träume
Agnes Millar Prize for Sight-Singing (RCS) (2016)
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)
Born and raised in London, 23 year old tenor Ted Black is currently in his fourth and final year of study at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. At RCS, Ted has studied under the tutelage of the head of Vocal Studies, Professor Stephen Robertson. While at RCS, Ted has competed in numerous competitions, recently winning first place in the Governors’ Recital Prize for Singing, the Jean Highgate Scholarship for Singing and the Governors’ Recital Prize for Chamber Music. He was also recently awarded second place in the inaugural Leonie Kayser competition, and represented the RCS at the Kathleen Ferrier Bursary Competition. Previous operatic roles include Iopas Les Troyens, Čerevin From the House of the Dead, and L’aumônier Dialogues des Carmélites. Equally comfortable on the concert platform, he recently performed the tenor solos in Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms at the Edinburgh International Festival, with the São Paulo Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Marin Alsop, as well as singing in the semi-chorus in Elgar’s The Apostles. Ted is very grateful to the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Scholarship Trust, for their ongoing generous financial support.
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