Edmund Caird

Baritone

Edmund studied at the David Seligman Opera School at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, where his teacher was Eric Roberts. 

Whilst there he performed a number of operatic roles, including: Vicar/Albert Herring; Dandini/ La Cenerentola; George Jones/Street Scene; The Duke of Plaza-Toro/The Gondoliers and Spinelloccio/Gianni Schicchi. 

Other roles include: First Officer/Dead Man Walking (WNO); Count Almaviva/The Marriage of Figaro; Calchas/La Belle Helene; Daneüs in Salieri’s Les Danaïdes; Noye/Noye’s Fludde; Bartley/Riders to the Sea; Pirate King/Pirates of Penzance; Pooh-Bah/The Mikado; Sam/Trouble in Tahiti; the premieres of State of Being and The Cruel Sister at the Tête a Tête festival; and Janitor/Clerk in WNYO’s production of Kommilitonen!. 

On the concert platform, he has appeared as a soloist in works including: Bach’s St John Passion and Christmas Oratorio; Mozart and Faure Requiems; Monteverdi’s Vespers of 1610; Handel’s Messiah; and the premiere performance of Warwick Blair’s song cycle Lieder at King’s Place London.


Longborough debut: Innkeeper/The Cunning Little Vixen (2021)