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WNO – Trainee Workshop Leader

Jamie is delighted to be taking up the position of trainee workshop leader with Welsh National Opera and Spitalfields Music London for 2018-2019. He will be observing, participating in and assisting with multiple projects with Welsh National Opera over the...

Music Theory App – Theoretical Ltd

Jamie has recently been working on a mobile and desktop application with his new company Theoretical Ltd. 'Muso' is an app designed for all music students & teachers, allowing the teacher to see an exact overview of everything their pupils understands,...

Workshop – NYCGB – Vocal Explorers

TALENTED young singers reached a crescendo in their learning thanks to a choral workshop with national coaches. Haughton Academy hosted the session, which was led by Jamie Wright, a graduate of the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain Fellowship...

Aspire Workshops – LYC

Jamie is delighted to be joining the London Youth Choir in their Aspire music programme. Jamie will be delivering singing workshops to schools in Barnett as part of a partnership between London Youth Choir, the Aldeburgh Friday Afternoons project and Arts Award,...

Artist Spotlight – Yorkshire Bach Choir

In advance of Jamie's appearance with the Yorkshire Bach choir Jamie was inteviewed as part of their Artist Spotlight series. You can see the interview below or visit the Yorkshire Bach Choir Blog page to read more. Artist spotlight - Bass-Baritone - Jamie Wright  Our...

Jamie has recently completed filming The BBC’s Songs of Praise with the Templar Scholars, as Bass & Assistant Conductor.

Genesis Sixteen

Jamie has been successful in achieving a place in the Genesis Sixteen programme.

Benjamin Britten – Peace & Conflict

As an alumni of Gresham’s school, Jamie was a member of a performance of previously unperformed Britten music for solo tenor (performed by James Gilchrist) and chamber choir.

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