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Gaynor Keeble

Gaynor was the first Choral Scholar at Warwick and read Education with Music and English. After winning a scholarship to Royal Academy of Music and spending 3 yrs in the chorus of Welsh National Opera she started teaching at Warwick whilst pursuing a freelance singing career. Teaching and Adjudicating have always played a very important part in her life and she relishes all the challenges that teaching can bring, whether beginners or professional. Many of her students are making their mark professionally both in classical and music theatre genres.

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Peter Wilman

A professional singer for over 20 years, Peter has sung as a tenor in opera, concerts, choirs and tv and film recordings throughout Europe and further afield. He has taught at Warwick University for much of that time to students and staff members of all ages and voice types from beginners to those wishing to advance their pre university studies. An accomplished pianist, you'll be well supported in whatever style you choose, whether music theatre and jazz or the core classical repertoire of song and aria and its many languages.

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Ros Roberts

RĂ²salind Roberts Soprano. GRSM, ARCM Pianoforte
Member of The Incorporated Society of Musicians and British Actors Equity.
Education:- Kingsley School Leamington Spa, Royal College of Music, London.
Professional work has taken Rosalind throughout the UK and Europe in Opera and Concert .

During the last 2 years of lockdown Rosalind has continued to teach privately on Zoom, preparing and recording a successful students' Zoom Concert in conjunction with preparing several students, mostly University of Warwick alumnae ,for their MT Diplomas which they hope to take in the Autumn.
During her many happy years at the Music Centre Rosalind has seen many of her students successfully entering the profession. These all have biographies on Facebook- Hannah Price, Matt Bond, Anna Blount, Charlotte Diamond Samuel Lom, Ellie Popham and members of her Gaudeamus Choir such as Natasha Argawal. These singers all gained very valuable experience in Opera Warwick, Music Theatre Warwick and Gaudeamus . Rosalind co-founded the precursor to OW and founded Gaudeamus. Rosalind is looking forward greatly to returning to UWMC live.

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John Graham-Hall

John Graham-Hall has been an operatic tenor for thirty-eight years, singing all over the world, including La Scala, Milan (Peter Grimes title role and Aschenbach Death in Venice), Covent Garden (title role Albert Herring) and many roles at Glyndebourne. He has been teaching singing at Warwick University since 2015, with students winning places at drama schools and music colleges including Guildhall School of Music and Drama and Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. His relaxed, friendly teaching style has been particularly successful while teaching online, and he is now hoping to find enthusiastic new students here at Warwick.

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