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Ben studied Modern Languages at Durham University before embarking on Postgraduate Vocal studies as an ABRSM scholar at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in Glasgow. He studied under Peter Alexander Wilson and also worked with Malcolm Martineau, Ann Murray and the late Philip Langridge.

With a repertoire spanning over a millennium, Ben enjoys a varied career on the solo concert platform. Past performances include Monteverdi Vespers for the Academy of Ancient Music and King’s College Choir in the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, Vaughan Williams Serenade to Music in Cadogan Hall, Pärt Passio in the Laeiszhalle, Hamburg, Bach St Matthew Passion in Bath Abbey, and Mozart Cminor Mass and Bach Magnificat for Midland Festival Chorus in Worcester Cathedral.

As a recitalist Ben has an extensive repertoire of Lieder, French song and English song. His performances include: Britten Winter Words in the Sheremetev Palace, St Petersburg; Ireland The Land of Lost Content, Vaughan Williams On Wenlock Edge and Four Hymns. Ben's most recent recital engagement was at The Penkhull Festival, Staffordshire.

An accomplished ensemble singer, Ben tours and records regularly with many of Britain's leading vocal groups, including the Monteverdi Choir, Tenebrae, The Tallis Scholars, Exaudi, The Cardinall's Musick, The BBC Singers, London Voices and Synergy VocalsHe has appeared on stage at La Scala, Milan, Salle Pleyel, Paris, The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Alexandra Palace, London, Palau de la Música, Barcelona, and in concert at Carnegie Hall, New York, Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, The Royal Albert Hall, Cadogan Hall and Wigmore Hall, London, Philharmonie de Paris and Berliner Philharmonika.

Ben currently combines a freelance singing career with a Lay Clerkship at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle and peripatetic music teaching. He studies singing with Raymond Connell. In his spare time, Ben enjoys a busy family life, good food, the great outdoors, walking, cycling and photography.

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