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Vocal successes for Trinity Laban alumni

Thu 8 December 2016

Several Trinity Laban Vocal alumni have been enjoying significant successes in competitions, on stage and in the concert hall.

2014 graduate Georgia Bishop recently gained second place in the Wagner International Singing Competition. Aged just 24, Georgia was younger than most competitors, making this is a particularly outstanding achievement. The competition – run by the Wagner Society – is held every three years and aims to identify singers with the potential of becoming Wagner experts.

Fellow 2014 graduate soprano Nardus Williams has won the Maureen Lehane Vocal Award, an annual award that has been supporting aspiring young singers for over 20 years.

Alumnus Peter Wilcox is currently on stage in Amadeus, joining Trinity Laban tutor Eamonn Mulhall in Peter Shaffer’s iconic play at the National Theatre.

And tenor Guy Elliott, who graduated in 2014, recently appeared as soloist in two performances of Handel’s Messiah at the Royal Albert Hall.

To find out more about our Voice programme, visit our Study pages.