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Edmund Saddington

Recently described by BBC Music Magazine as performing with ‘bracing vigour’, british baritone Edmund Saddington performs as a concert soloist across the UK and Europe with numerous international ensembles.

In the UK he has made solo appearances with Gabrieli Consort and Players, Instruments of Time and Truth, Mahogany Opera, Hanover Band, London Mozart Players, Spiritato, and Illyria Consort. In the Netherlands he has performed solos with the National Symfonisch Kamerorkest, Florilegium Musicum, Het Promenade Orkest, Dudok Koor en Orkest, and in Poland with Orkiestra Historyczna. He has recently collaborated with conductors including Paul McCreesh, David Hill, Edward Higginbottom, Malcolm Archer and David Gibson.

Recent solo work has included solo-voice motets by Couperin with Instruments of Time and Truth, performances of Bach’s St. Matthew, St. John and St. Mark Passions across the Netherlands and UK, Handel’s Messiah in Eton College Chapel, the world premiere of Janet Wheeler’s cantata for solo soprano, solo baritone and choir The Measure of a Tree in Saffron Hall, and Fauré Requiem in Sherborne Abbey.

An experienced consort singer, Edmund records and performs regularly with many of the UK and Europe’s finest vocal ensembles, including The Monteverdi Choir, The Sixteen, ORA Singers, Gabrieli Consort, London Voices, and Collegium Vocale Gent. He is co-founder of the baroque ensemble Apollo of the Arts.

Edmund began his musical career as a chorister in the cathedral choir of Southwell Minster, Nottinghamshire, and studied for an undergraduate degree at Trinity Laban Conservatoire in London. He continues his vocal studies with Gary Coward.

Edmund Saddington

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