Nicholas Todd | tenor
Nicholas began his musical career as a chorister at Salisbury Cathedral, and then from Uppingham School to King’s College Cambridge where he sang as a choral scholar. Moving to London in 1995, he quickly found himself immersed in an international choral scene, performing, touring and recording widely with groups such as Polyphony, The King’s Consort, The Sixteen and The Cardinall’s Musick. In 1997, he began singing and recording with The Huelgas Ensemble, performing all over Europe as a consort singer and soloist. Poliziano’s Orfeo was one of his most prominent roles, which he performed on Dutch national radio.
Nicholas became a regular member of the Tallis Scholars between 2000 and 2007, and then moved into teaching, working as Head of Singing at the King’s School Canterbury, a position that he holds to this day. He continues to perform and record frequently with Alamire, The Cardinall’s Musick and Tenebrae.