Roderick Williams
Roderick Williams

Roderick Williams

About Roderick Williams

Baritone Roderick Williams began to establish his operatic career in the mid-'90s. A Mozart specialist at first, he has developed a varied repertory and has also written a substantial body of music for chorus and piano. He made his debut in Benjamin Britten's The Rape of Lucretia, and he has continued to sing several major Britten roles regularly. Major prizes in the early '90s put him on the map, and he began to land major roles. In 2002, Williams made his recording debut with mezzo-soprano Sarah Connolly on Voices: Volume 1. Williams is an accomplished recitalist, and his own choral compositions have been performed at prestigious British venues. The year 2022 saw Williams release Mirages: The Art of French Song with accompanist Roger Vignoles, and he appeared on the fourth and final volume of a series devoted to the folk song settings of Ralph Vaughan Williams.

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