Robert-John Edwards

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Stamford-born Robert-John Edwards originally trained as a pianist and composer at Middlesex University and had small choral works performed at St Martin’s-in-the-Fields church and Lincoln and Winchester Cathedrals. He later trained as a singer, attending the Birmingham Conservatoire as a postgraduate, scoring a distinction and winning the PGDip course prize in 2007. He now studies with Allan Adams in London.

Roles include Don Parmenione (L’Occasione fa il ladrò – Rossini) for Opera Minima, Benoit/Alcindoro (La Bohème - Puccini) for Co-Opera Co, Antonio/Bartolo (La Nozze di Figaro - Mozart) for Dorset Productions, Priest/Cadmus/Somnus (Semele – Händel) for Operamus, Ashmodeus (Tobias and the Angel - Dove) for Buxton Festival Opera and the professional chorus of Buxton Festival Opera, Carl Rosa Opera and Stanley Hall Opera.

Robert-John is extremely active as a teacher in Rutland where he lives with his wife, baby son and a very sprightly Labrador. He runs a male voice choir (The Belvoir Wassailers) and he is very active as a soloist both as a recitalist and with choral societies, performing many Messiahs, Creations and Crucifixions over the past few years.  Keep up to date at .


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