Tenors

Phil Joseph

Phil started singing with the church choir in his home town of Penarth, where he was head chorister until the age of fourteen. Three school G & S productions followed and since that time he has been a passionate opera fan. Back in the last century he was fortunate enough to be a ‘spear carrier’ for several years with Welsh National Opera, where a highlight was tipping Sir Geraint Evans out of the laundry basket the last time he sang the role of Falstaff, happy days. 

 

Phil also sings with Hanley Voices in Worcestershire and has taken part in several staged productions with Belcanto Opera. He now sings with Opera Worcester, recently inMarriage of Figaroand the role of Silvioin I Pagliacci.

 

Solos with Philomusica include Goodall Eternal Light, Schubert Mass in G,Haydn Nelson Mass and the highly demanding role of the "Roasted Swan" in Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana. He has also taken a master class with renowned British tenor John Mitchinson and now studies with Linda Parsons.

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