Edward Grint

Edward Grint is currently studying in the International Opera School at The Royal College of Music generously supported by the Janet & Michael Levesley Award.  He recently graduated from King's College, Cambridge as a choral scholar. First taught by Sarah Harpham, he now continues to learn with Peter Savidge.  

On stage he has performed the roles of Guglielmo (Cosi fan Tutte), Bass Priest/Armed Man (Die Zauberflöte), Tirenio (Il Pastor Fido), Hobson (Peter Grimes), Micha (The Bartered Bride), Mother (Die Sieben Tödsunden ) as well as Sid and Don Giovanni for RCM Opera Scenes. He has also performed as Bill Sykes in Oliver, and Sky Masterson in Guys and Dolls.  

As a soloist, Edward has worked with many leading ensembles, both around the UK and abroad. In recent months, he has performed Elgar's Dream of Gerontius in Ely Cathedral with Neil Jenkins, Bach's St. John Passion (London Mozart Players), Handel's Messiah (City of London Sinfonia), as well as recording Faure's Requiem (BBC Concert Orchestra) for a BBC Radio 2 broadcast. He has recently reached the final of the Lies Askonas Competition and the RCM Schumann Competition. In recital he has performed Finzi's Earth and Air and Rain alongside Schumann's op. 24 Liederkreis in Croydon's Fairfield Halls. Recordings include Charles Wood's St. Mark's Passion, with the choir of Jesus College, Cambridge.  

Since leaving Cambridge, he has performed regular work with many leading ensembles including the BBC Singers, The Tallis Scholars, The Cardinall's Musick, and Tenebrae. Highlights have included tours to Mexico, Spain and Estonia, working on the soundtracks of Harry Potter, Pirates of the Caribbean and The Golden Compass.  

Alongside his consort and solo career, Edward still finds time to be employed as a Vicar Choral at St. Paul's Cathedral, singing for the daily church services, as well as on special occasions such as the Queen's 80th Birthday Celebration.  

Future plans include solo concerts in St. Alban's, Chelmsford and London, and performing the roles of Garibaldo (Rodelinda), Colonel (Patience) and Guglielmo (Cosi).

Edward Grint

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  • “Edward Grint, a previous choral scholar at King’s College Cambridge, gave the Priest’s role power and conviction and his pleading tones as the Angel of Agony hinted appropriately the approaching final...”
    Elgar: Dream of Gerontius - 26th June 2010
  • “In ‘Let Rolling Streams their Gladness Show’, Allsopp was joined by bass Edward Grint in one of Handel’s best duets, very pleasantly sung. Grint was full of expression and accuracy in ‘Let Envy...”
    Handel: Ode for the Birthday of Queen Anne
  • “Edward Grint is a considerable talent and given the blockbuster "Why do the nations so furiously rage together", did not fail to thrill.”
    Handel: Messiah
  • “Edward Grint sang the part of Christ. A product of King’s Cambridge, he showed unfailing musicality throughout, produced nobility of sound, and his exchanges with Evangelist Andrew Kennedy were beautifully...”
    Bach St John Passion, Snape Maltings
  • On Christmas Day
    On Christmas Day
    Choir of King's College, Cambridge - Stephen Cleobury
  • Charles Wood: St Mark Passion
    Charles Wood: St Mark Passion
    Choir of Jesus College, Cambridge - Daniel Hyde