In 2011 when he was 17, Alaric Green was the youngest ever person accepted to the London School of Musical Theatre. He toured Europe with the 12 Tenors in 2012 and in 2013 was cast in a BBC Three musical reality TV show called South Side Story. In 2016 he appeared on The Voice UK, moving through to the third televised knock out round.
He discovered a love for carpentry and worked in various theatres across the West End, helping to build scenery, before becoming the Deputy Master Carpenter at the Criterion Theatre at the age of 24 whilst also pursuing a career with his Blues-Rock band eventually deciding to explore his classical singing voice at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama where he currently studies with Robert Dean and Stephan Loges.
During his time at Guildhall, he has been in the Chorus for Jonathan Dove’s Venus and Adonis, the world premier of Lliam Patterson’s Angel Esmeralda and Judith Weir’s Miss Fortune. He also played the role of Marcello from La bohéme in Guildhall Opera Scenes and the role of Frank in Strauss’s Die Fledermaus, won first prize in the Chartered Surveyors Prize. He progressed to the semi-final of the Kathleen Ferrier Awards and is an Alverez Young Artist with Garsington Opera. He will continue his post-graduate studies on the prestigious Guildhall Opera Course from September 2022 with the generous support of the Countess of Muster Trust, the Biddy Baxter and John Hosier Music Trust, and the Henry Oldfield Trust.
Musicians’ Company Award: Biddy Baxter Special Award 2022
Page Updated: July 2022
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