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Choral Scholars & Accompanist

The Fulham Camerata is delighted to welcome back our tenor and soprano Choral Scholars and will soon introduce our new bass Choral Scholars for 2018-2019! We are delighted that Richard has stayed with us, providing exceptional rehearsal accompaniment as well as concert performances on piano and organ!

Tenor Choral Scholar: Alex Carpenter (2014 –  )

Alex Carpenter

Alex is a music graduate of King’s College London and Goldsmiths, University of London, and currently works as a freelance singer, conductor, teacher and accompanist. Involved in various singing groups at university, as a student Alex was also a semi-chorus member of The Bach Choir, with whom he sang in prestigious venues including the Royal Albert Hall and Buckingham Palace.

Alex is a Founder and Musical Director of chamber choir The Lyra Singers, and Company Musical Director of the New London Opera Group (newLOG), whose production of Patience achieved runner-up position in the 2018 International Gilbert & Sullivan Festival in Harrogate. An experienced stage performer, this year’s G&S Festival also saw Alex win the Best Male Voice award for his performance of Ralph in KCL G&S Society’s production of HMS Pinafore. Currently receiving singing tuition from Nicholas Clapton, Alex has performed as a soloist with The Bach Choir, OperaCoast, newLOG and Fulham Camerata. Alex is also a keen composer, with his setting of Edward Lear’s ‘The Duck and the Kangaroo’ for children’s choir performed at the Wandsworth Schools’ Music Mayor’s Gala Concert in 2017.

Alex is a music graduate of King’s College London and Goldsmiths, University of London, and currently works as a freelance singer, conductor, teacher and accompanist. Involved in various singing groups at university, as a student Alex was also a semi-chorus member of The Bach Choir, with whom he sang in prestigious venues including the Royal Albert Hall and Buckingham Palace.

Alex is a Founder and Musical Director of chamber choir The Lyra Singers, and Company Musical Director of the New London Opera Group (newLOG), whose production of Patience achieved runner-up position in the 2018 International Gilbert & Sullivan Festival in Harrogate. An experienced stage performer, this year’s G&S Festival also saw Alex win the Best Male Voice award for his performance of Ralph in KCL G&S Society’s production of HMS Pinafore. Currently receiving singing tuition from Nicholas Clapton, Alex has performed as a soloist with The Bach Choir, OperaCoast, newLOG and Fulham Camerata. Alex is also a keen composer, with his setting of Edward Lear’s ‘The Duck and the Kangaroo’ for children’s choir performed at the Wandsworth Schools’ Music Mayor’s Gala Concert in 2017.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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