Singer (tenor)

Stephen Lawrence

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Singer (tenor)
Cambridge
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Classical tenor, particularly adept at portraying and conveying words clearly.

Stephen has taught singing since 1997 and himself has studied with John Upperton, Katharina Megli and Simon Gfeller. He has sung many operatic roles including Tom in Rakes Progress, the tile role in Albert Herring, and most recently, Inkslinger in Paul Bunyan. He sang Bach's Evangelist, and arias and songs in German, Italian, French and Russian. He was Musical Director for Cambridge University Opera 1999-2001.

Performance details
I have a car I can use to travel to gigs
I can perform while walking around a venue
Musicianship
Genres:
Classical, Baroque, Contemporary classical, Early music, Musical theatre, Opera, Renaissance
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Event types:
Concert, Wedding, Funeral / Memorial service, Church service, Hotel / Restaurant event, Charity event, Recording session, Theatre / Show
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Other skills:
Singing teaching, Instrumental teaching, Theory teaching, Animateur
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John C, 5 months ago

Re: Mozart Coronation Mass [To the solo quartet:] "Thank you so very much for your participation last night. I am truly blessed that you would perform alongside me and the Balsham Singers. We thoroughly enjoy everything that you do and would not be able to do it without you. I very much hope that you will be able to join us in the future." John Clenahan, Musical Director, Balsham Singers

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Julie P, 1 year ago

"The Director had assembled a good line up of principals especially the class-divided lovers, Josephine (Anna Murgatroyd) and her common sailor Ralph Rackstraw (Stephen Lawrence), [who] were both in superb form vocally." Source: https://www.noda.org.uk/show-reports/cox-box-hms-pinafore