My Samling experience was incredible. I am hugely grateful for the opportunity which really has boosted my confidence and ability as a song singer and artist. I have already reaped the rewards of my week in my recent performances, trying to put into practice all that I have learned and continue to learn.
Anglo–Scottish baritone Jerome Knox is a graduate of the Alexander Gibson Opera School at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (RCS), where he was the inaugural Gleneagles Scholar and studied with Scott Johnson. He completed a Master’s in Vocal Performance at the Royal College of Music studying with Russell Smythe and previously read Classical Studies at the University of Edinburgh. Operatic engagements include: Faust The Fiery Angel (Scottish Opera), Flora’s Servant La traviata (Glyndebourne on Tour), title role Don Giovanni (Hampstead Garden Opera); Leporello Don Giovanni, Marcello La bohème (Rye Arts Festival); Oreste Iphigénie en Tauride (Euphonia); Melisso Alcina (Ryedale Festival); Schaunard La bohème (Magnetic Opera); Death The Emperor of Atlantis, Dr Falke Die Fledermaus, Pallante Agrippina (RCS). He regularly appears on the oratorio and song recital platforms. He has performed with groups such as Ludus Baroque and Dunedin Consort as well as being a member of the Glyndebourne Festival Chorus and Glyndebourne on Tour in 2018.
Photo: Jerome Knox at Samling Artist Masterclass, March 2019. Photo credit: Mark Pinder
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Samling Institute for Young Artists—through performance and learning opportunities—nurtures young classical singers and piano accompanists. From students to emerging professionals, hundreds of young artists have benefited since the charity was founded in 1996. They see their time with Samling Institute as a springboard and inspiration.