English baritone Thomas Chenhall recently graduated from his Master’s Degree at the Royal Academy of Music, under the tutelage of Raymond Connell, .where he was supported by the Charlotte Fraiser Foundation, The Mario Lanza Educational Trust and the Royal Academy of Music. He studied his undergraduate degree at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, under Professor Stephen Robertson.
Thomas made his International Debut as Laquais in Don Quichotte at the Wexford International Opera Festival in 2019. Previous engagements included a Festival and Role Debut with Clonter Opera Festival as Sid in their production of Albert Herring, Doctor Malatesta in Hurn Court Opera’s 2022 production of Don Pasquale, and Il Conte in HGO’s 2021 Le Nozze di Figaro. Thomas also made a house and role debut at the Dorset Opera Festival as Masetto in their 2021 summer production of Don Giovanni, and was a finalist for the IV Eva Marton International Singing Competition in Budapest 2021. In oratorio and choral concerts he has performed the solos for Handel’s Messiah with the Cupar Choral Society and Stainer’s Crucifixion with the St Andrew’s Trinity Singers; and has also given various performances with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra in collaboration with the RCS.
Future engagements include Ben in Opera on the Move’s production of Giancarlo Menotti’s The Telephone, and returning to Hurn Court as Schaunard in their 2023 production of La Boheme.