The Academy has a fine tradition of training talented singers for international careers.
Our Vocal Faculty professors have a depth and range of expertise in every area of the singing profession. Through comprehensive training in vocal technique and language tuition, we fully prepare our students for careers in both opera and concert repertoire.
The Academy offers Principal Study at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. We are interested in training singers who demonstrate professional potential with vocal, musical and intellectual maturity.
Undergraduate Vocal Studies: Your Experience
Chris Loake, Senior Administrator
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Studied at the Royal Academy of Music; head of our prestigious Vocal Faculty since 1991
Jury member for major international singing competitions
Academy artists at the 2017 BBC Proms
Advice for everyone auditioning for studies in 2017
Finalists perform a twenty-minute recital of their own choice of works by Delius and his contemporaries.
International operatic mezzo-soprano, Anne Howells, gives a masterclass
The final round of the highly prestigious Richard Lewis/ Jean Shanks Award for postgraduate vocal students at the Academy.
BWV 150, BWV 81, BWV 562, BWV 193
The Academy’s Russian Song class presents a varied programme of Russian songs and arias featuring works by Rachmaninov and Tchaikovsky
Academy composers present a recital of eleven new songs for soprano, two clarinets, viola and double bass
A recital of English, French and German songs. Free, no tickets required
International operatic bass, Brindley Sherratt gives a masterclass
4.30pm doors and animations 5.00pm performance 6.30pm animations Premieres of works by student composers taking inspiration...
Audiences are welcome to experience Vibrations anytime between 12.00pm – 2.30pm and 4.30pm – 7.00pm; due to limited ...
A collection of new sound installations by student composers which variously explore the rich and complex sounds of vibrating st...
Solo voices and the timbre of a solo oboe predominate in today’s cantatas.
Our intensive Weekend Vocal Workout gives aspiring singers the opportunity to explore their potential.
Unusual texts are to the fore in this concert’s cantatas. Leichtgessinte Flattergeiste (‘Frivolous flibbertigibbets’) takes the palm for the most charming and least likely opening line in the entire repertoire
Brightness and darkness are juxtaposed in this concert, conducted by the Royal Academy of Music/Kohn Foundation Bach Prize winner Philippe Herreweghe
The final concert of the season focuses on celebratory works for Christmas and Michaelmas