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Scottish baritone.

Arthur Bruce trained in Manchester at the Royal Northern College of Music. While at the RNCM, he won the John Cameron Prize for Lieder and the Kate Snape Scholarship, as well as being a finalist in the Elizabeth Harwood Memorial Award for Singers, the RNCM Gold Medal Competition and the College's Concerto competition.

He worked with ENO's Opera Works programme and Scottish Opera's Connect Ensemble, before returning to study at the RCS's Alexander Gibson Opera School, appearing in a number of productions, including Street SceneTrouble in Tahiti and Gianni Schicchi.

In Scotland he has worked with Edinburgh Grand (Zurga, Alfio) and Edinburgh Players Opera Group (Wolfram, Donner).

Recent engagements elsewhere include work with Opera Holland Park, Piccalilli Opera, Grange Park Festival, Grand Teton Festival and Aberdeen International Youth Festival.

In 2019 he joined Scottish Opera under their Emerging Artists programme, with appearances beginning in 2020 with the Opera Highlights tour and solo roles in The Gondoliers (Antonio) and Utopia Limited.

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