Bass-baritone Richard Moore is from Suffolk and studied at Royal Northern College of Music. He is a BBC Introducing Classical Artist.
Recent appearances on the opera stage include Frank Maurrant Street Scene (RNCM Opera), Bricoleur Louise (Buxton Festival Opera) and Mago Cristiano Rinaldo (Longborough Festival Opera). He also sings with the choruses of Opera North and La Monnaie, and is a member of the BBC Daily Service Singers.
Richard keeps a busy schedule as a recitalist and concert soloist across the UK. Recent performances include Rossini Petite Messe Solennelle, Vaughan Williams Songs of Travel with the Chiltern Sinfonia and MacMillan Seven Last Words from the Cross with the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra. He maintains a close relationship with St Martin in the Fields, most recently appearing as a soloist in Handel Messiah, Vaughan Williams Fastasia on Carols, and Bach Cantata 153. He is a founder member of Dame Emma Kirkby’s Dowland Works and performs with the group at venues such as Dartington Hall and Holywell Music Room, Oxford.
Plans include Swallow Peter Grimes and Bass Roles King Arthur for Dartington International Festival, as well as concert appearances around the UK.