Ross Wilson (tenor) began his musical tuition under the guidance of Maureen Rutherford, later studying with Caroline Dickov at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music Junior Academy.
He completed his undergraduate study at Edinburgh Napier University, under the tuition of Andrew Doig and Joan Busby, receiving a Bachelor of Music (honours) first class degree. In 2018 he received his Masters of Music Degree from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, studying with Adrian Thompson.
At home on both the stage and the platform, Ross has performed solo in many works. Chorally he has been a scholar of St Andrews and St Georges, Edinburgh and St Martins in Roath, Cardiff. He currently sings with St Stephens in Lewisham, London. Operatically he has performed a variety of roles including Almaviva Il Barbiere di Siviglia (Scherzo Opera), Paulino The Secret Marriage (HGO) and Rodrigo La Donna del Lago (Blackbird Opera).
He made his debut with English National Opera in their 2019 production of Dido. Ross is thrilled to be taking on the roles of Don Ottavio Don Giovanni (Surrey Opera) and Tamino Die Zauberflöte (Champagne Opera) in their Summer 2022 productions.
Ross is the proud recipient of the 2018 Manning Prize for Tenors and the 2018 Harlequin Agency Prize.
He resides in London and is a founding member of The Champagne Quartet, a group of young singers available for any occasion.
Passing on the knowledge of healthy vocal production and refined musicianship is a life-long passion of his.
An engaging, enthusiastic teacher, Ross loves to work with anyone of any age or experience.