Geoff Williams​​​​



Geoff recently received a Master's with Distinction from the Royal Academy of Music. He is an accomplished soloist and sings with some of the top choirs in London such as the BBC singers, Tenebrae, London Voices and Sonoro choir. His recent solo work includes Bach’s St John Passion, Orff’s Carmina Burana and Verdi’s Requiem. He also sings regularly at some of London's top churches such as Westminster Abbey, St Paul's Cathedral, Westminster Cathedral and Brompton Oratory.

He is also on the 'Professional Singers Scheme' with the Philharmonia Chorus which has enabled him to work with the world's top conductors including Semyon Bychkov, Christoph von Dohnányi, Edward Gardner and Vasily Petrenko.
He made his Operatic debut with Longborough Festival Opera as ‘Domestico’ in La Traviata also covering the ‘Marchese d’Obigny’. Other roles include 'Don Alfonso' from 'Cosi fan tutti' in a set of opera scenes with the Royal academy of music and 'General Achilla' from 'Giulio Cesare' with Kings College Opera. Upcoming Roles include 'Escamillo' in the touring production of Carmen with 'Rogue Opera'.

He has also appeared in high profile events such as Terry Pratchett's memorial concert at the Barbican and the documentary 'The Joy of Rachmaninoff' broadcast on BBC4. More recently he has appeared with the Villiers Quartet in St John's Smith Square performing Dover Beach by Samuel Barber.

In latest news, he understudied Roderick Williams in the World Premiere of the 'Da Vinci Requiem' by Cecilia Mcdowall with the Philharmonia Orchestra.
He studies with Janice Chapman and Antony Kraus




Geoff Williams
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