British Baritone Roderick Williams (Magdalen, 1984) hosts a Performance Clinic for current students at the Faculty of Music. This event is free and open to all.
If you would like to attend and receive the Zoom details please sign up via this online form by Sunday 24 January.
Biography: Roderick Williams is one of this country’s most sought after baritones and is constantly in demand on the concert platform and in recital, encompassing a repertoire from the baroque to world premieres.
He is also a composer and has had works premiered at the Wigmore and Barbican Halls, the Purcell Room and live on national radio. Recent commissions include a major work, World without End, for the Rias Kammerchor and BBC Singers as well as a commission to celebrate the centenary of the RAF.
He was Artistic Director of Leeds Lieder+ in April 2016 and is currently ‘singer-in-residence’ for Music in the Round in Sheffield, presenting concerts and leading on dynamic and innovative learning and participation projects that introduce amateur singers, young and old, to performing classical song repertoire.
Roderick Williams was awarded an OBE for services to music in June 2017.