British Tenor William Smith sings internationally in opera, concert and recital. His repertoire ranges from Baroque to contemporary music. Recent operatic engagements include “Tom Rakewell” in Stravinsky’s “The Rakes Progress” and “Mozart” in Rimsky Korsakov’s “Mozart and Salieri”. He is a frequent soloist on the oratorio stage with recent performances of Handel’s “Jephtha”, “The Messiah” and Mendelssohn’s “Elijah”. As a recitalist William sings repertoire from Lieder, Song and Melodie. He is co-founder of “The Marches Songbook CIC” which commissions new art songs from poets and composers in the English/Welsh borders region.


excerpts from Jephtha
Kuda, kuda vï udalilis/ Eugene Onegin