MILO HARRIES

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ABOUT

Raised in a loving and supportive family, educated at St Paul's School, the University of Cambridge, and the Royal College of Music, mine is a story of success against entirely possible odds.  

 

I've been very fortunate in the opportunities I've been given, and I've tried to make the most of them. I left Cambridge with a Double First in English, before studying for a Graduate Diploma and a Masters in Performance at the RCM. I've worked as a singer and coach at the Royal Opera House, Glyndebourne, and Opera North, and ruined Frank Skinner's evening at the launch of the V&A Opera exhibition. 

 

2019 brought me back to Cambridge for an MPhil, and I'm now nearly two years into a PhD, writing on theatres of encounter in the context of the climate crisis. I'm generously supported by the Judith E. Wilson Fund at the Faculty of English.

This autumn and winter I'm running some workshops for Climate Change Theatre Action - if you'd like to take part, have a look here.

 
Mansfield Park, Waterperry Opera Festival, 2018
Silent City, Matera, 2019
BBC OperaPassion Day, 2017
Owen Wingrave, British Youth Opera, 2016
Gendarmes Duet with Sir John Tomlinson
Riders to the Sea, 2015

PAST PERFORMANCES

 

CONTACT

If you'd like to hear more, you can use this form to get in touch - or alternatively, come and say hello on Twitter: @Milo_Harries.

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