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Guy Elliott – Tenor

Guy Elliott is a tenor based in London where he studied on a full scholarship at the Royal College of Music. During his studies, he was generously supported by Help Musicians UK and the HR Taylor Trust. Guy has won several awards and scholarships including the Help Musicians UK Ian Fleming Award, Josephine Baker Trust Scholarship and a Joaninha Trust prize. Guy won the Britten - Pears YAP Prize at the 2019 Wigmore Hall International Song Competition.


Guy is an experienced concert soloist with recent oratorio highlights including; Messiah (Handel) at the Royal Albert Hall with the English Festival Orchestra, Requiem (Mozart) at St. Stephen's Cathedral, Vienna, with the Wiener Domorchester and Nelson Mass (Haydn) in Riga Cathedral Latvia. He has sung the Evangelist in the St. John Passion (Bach) on numerous occasions. Guy made his Wigmore Hall debut in 2019 singing excerpts from Fauré's La Bonne Chanson as part of the Wigmore Hall French Song Exchange. He is also a keen exponent of experimental music with performances including Stimmung (Stockhausen) with Singcircle at Barbican Hall.


For the RCM International Opera Studio, Guy has performed the roles of Prince Philippe A Dinner Engagement (Berkeley), Toby Robinson Crusoe (Offenbach) and covered Sandy The Lighthouse (Maxwell Davies). Guy has also covered several roles for English Touring Opera including Telemachus Ulysses’ Homecoming (Monteverdi) and Mercurio La Calisto (Cavalli). In 2019, Guy performed the role of Dr. Miracle Le Docteur Miracle (Bizet) for Wexford Festival Opera.


Guy has a passion for arts education, having worked with the education department of English Touring Opera on roles including Olly in Waxwings, an opera for children with SEN which toured the UK and performed at Philharmonie Luxembourg and Orpheus in One Step Forward, a school collaboration. He has also performed songs from On Wenlock Edge (Vaughan Williams) with the education department of the London Philharmonic Orchestra.

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