Stuart Orme began singing with the Wyre Forest Young Voices, a community choir in Worcestershire, at the tender age of nine. He went on to study at the Royal Northern College of Music to obtain his first class honours degree, and is currently in the
second year of his master’s degree at RNCM.
Roles on stage most recently include performing at the Buxton Festival in Bellini’s I Capuletti e i Montecchi and Beethoven’s Leonore as chorus, also covering roles in I Capuletti as Lorenzo, and Leone in Handel’s Tamerlano. At the RNCM, he has performed the role of Guglielmo in Così fan tutte, directed by Thomas Guthrie, and Harry Easter in Street Scene. He has also performed as a chorus member in Verdi’s Aida with Opera Holland Park and has taken part in Leeds Lieder masterclasses led by Roderick Williams. He is also a Lay Clerk at Manchester Cathedral.