Timothy Edmundson is a baritone who recently graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. He currently studies with Scott Johnson
Timothy Edmundson is a British baritone who is a graduate of the BMus Vocal Performance Programme at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland under the tutelage of Scott Johnson and is continuing his studies with him. An experienced choral singer, he is currently a choral scholar at Glasgow Cathedral and sang with the choir for their live BBC TV broadcast in August 2014 as part of the worldwide WW1 commemoration services. He was soloist with the choir for their performance of Haydn The Creation. He is also a member of Scottish chamber choir, Caledonian Voices and the Philharmonia Chorus with whom he has toured to various European countries working with conductors such as Daniel Barenboim and Gustavo Dudamel. Within RCS, Timothy is heavily involved with RCS voices performing regularly with them. He recently performed Bach Weihnachts Oratorium and St. John Passion and also enjoyed trips to the St.Magnus Festival and Aberdeen International Youth Festival. As a soloist he has performed the solos in several oratorio works including Handel Messiah, Haydn The Creation, Stainer The Crucifixion and Fauré Requiem. Operatic roles include Figaro and Bartolo The Marriage of Figaro (Edinburgh Studio Opera, Opera dei Lumi), Schaunard La Bohème (Edinburgh Grand Opera), Valentin Faust (Winterbourne Opera) and Rugby Sir John in Love (RCS) with opera scenes performances including Guglielmo Cosi Fan Tutte and The Steward in Jonathan Dove’s Flight. He has also been in the chorus for Nicolai Die Lustigen Weiber von Windsor, Puccini La Rondine, Purcell Dido and Aenaes (all RCS) and Stravinsky The Rake’s Progress at the Edinburgh International Festival with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra and conducted by Sir Andrew Davis. He looks forward to joining the Masters programme at RCS in September with his studies generously supported by the ABRSM UK Postgraduate scholarship award and the Mario Lanza Educational Foundation.
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