English Bass-Baritone Timothy Edlin started his musical training as a chorister at Canterbury Cathedral, before pursuing his education at the University of Manchester and then the Royal College of Music. To date, he has performed as a soloist within numerous prestigious venues, including the Royal Festival Hall (with players of the London Philharmonic Orchestra and Foyle Future First scheme), The Wigmore Hall, King's College Chapel, as well as live on BBC radio 3. His notable roles include Officer and Arthur (“The Lighthouse”), Teobaldo (“Faramondo”), Bottom and Snug (“A Midsummer Night’s Dream”), Figaro (“Le Nozze di Figaro”), Il Re di Scozia (“Ariodante”), Parson and Badger (“The Cunning Little Vixen”) and Colline (“La Bohème”). He has also been engaged with the British Youth Opera for two seasons, performing The Devil in Judith Weir’s “The Vanishing Bridegroom” and Caliban in Jeremy Sams’ pasticcio “The Enchanted Island”. On the concert stage, Timothy Edlin is an active oratorio and solo recital performer. Notable engagements include Mussorgsky’s “Songs and Dances of Death” under the baton of Martyn Brabbins with the Royal College of Music Symphony Orchestra and Shostakovich’s “Six Romances on Verses by English Poets” with the University of Manchester Symphony Orchestra.
During his artistic education, he was supported by numerous trusts and foundations, as well as the Sussex Opera and Ballet Society.