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Wan Tat C.

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Singing, opera singing and guitar teacher in Birmingham, UK.
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Opera Singing lessons

Beginners - £25 - 60min
Average - £25 - 60min

Singing lessons

Beginners - £25 - 60min
Average - £25 - 60min

Classical Guitar lessons

Beginners - £25
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Education
Institution Town Speciality Degree Class
Malaysian Institute of Art Kuala Lumpur Classical Guitar -
Royal Birmingham Convertoire Birmingham Classical Voice Bachelor 2-i
Additional information and experience - Wan Tat C.

Malaysian Baritone, Wan Tat C., currently in his final year undergraduate in voice at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. He started to sing at the age of 18 as a college’s choir member, he then began his singing lesson with Malaysian voice teacher Tony Sim. After completed Diploma in Music with first study classical guitar, he decided to become a singer. He is currently under the tutelage of Jonathan Gunthorpe.

 

As a Baritone, Wan Tat has participated in many major choral performances such as 12th Malaysian Choral Eisteddfod, 1st Voichestra in Concert, Hua Zong Literature Award, Yue Yun Choir’s debut concert, Singapore Asia Arts Festival, 1st Singapore International Choral Festival, Sing'n'Joy China 2015 Choral Festival at Shunde-Foshan, and Carmina Burana. He also performed his recital with his friends as a farewell concert before studying in Royal Birmingham Conservatoire.

 

Wan Tat has done some contemporary music written by student composers and performed in their recitals, he has been invited to sing in a final year project, Global Voice Multilingual and performed in University of Birmingham. He also performed in Birmingham Town Hall as one of the lead chorus member for Echo Eternal, an outreach project. He has the opportunity to perform in Liederkrazz, as one of the soloist in singing Schumann Liederkreis Op. 39 with the combination of Jazz band. In 2020, Wan Tat has the opportunity to perform Salwan Cartwright-Shamoon’s composition A Place Called Home, which this was written for Wan Tat’s major project A Journey to The Answer.

 

Wan Tat was awarded a scholarship to study at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, he is actively participated in voice department performances including singing chorus in Marriage of Figaro, La Vie Parisienne, ensemble in Monteverdi’s Madrigals of War and Love, The Magic Flute and The Enchanted Island. His roles including Actor and Mr. Rushworth (acting) in Mansfield Park, Leporello in Don Giovanni (scene), Dr. Pangloss in Candide (scene), Vodník in Rusalka (scene), Matt of the Mint in Bagger’s Opera, Spinelloccio and Guccio in Gianni Schicchi, Speaker and Man in Armour in The Magic Flute, Lysander in The Enchanted Island.


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