Roderick Williams is an opera singer, accomplished recital artist and composer. He works regularly with major British opera companies such as Opera North, Royal Opera House, Scottish Opera and more – he is especially well known for his Baritone Mozart roles. In addition, he tours internationally throughout the year regularly performing in Australia, America and Canada and Europe. This Guardian interview in anticipation of his performance at The Last Night of The Proms in 2014 reveals his joyful, personable character. As our Singer-in-Residence, Williams has performed multiple concerts with us, initially with a performance of Howard Skempton’s The Rime of the Ancient Mariner. He also played a key role in our collaborative singing and composition project Schubert in Schools, working in partnership with pianist Christopher Glynn, and schools and Music Hubs in Barking, Clapham, Doncaster, Milton Keynes, Nottingham and Sheffield.