I've sung with a number of Opera Companies and been involved with Church Music since I was a choirboy in New York. Still at it!
Tom Emlyn Williams, Welsh American tenor, born and raised in New York City, he has spent most of his adult life on this side of the Atlantic, the first twenty years of that in Scotland before moving to London, then Amsterdam and now back to London. While studying at the University of Glasgow he held a Choral scholarship, this was followed by further studies at the London Early Music Centre and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. He has sung with many opera companies including Scottish, English National, D’Oyly Carte and Nederlands. in 1989, he gave the premiere performances of the role of the Imam in Stewart Copeland’s Holy Blood and Crescent Moon; this role had been written for him. From 1995 to 2004, he sang with the Netherlands Radio Choir. With a long interest in church music, he was a Gentleman of the Queen’s Chapel of the Savoy in London for twelve years.
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