Samuel Oram


The award-winning British baritone Samuel Oram has been acclaimed for singing “with fire and gusto” (Seen and Heard International) and for his "masterful breadth of line” (David Nice). Recently he has appeared as Belcore/L'elisir d'amore (Westminster Opera Company); Thoas/Iphigénie en Tauride (Euphonia Opera); Marquis de la Force/Dialogues des Carmélites (BCO); Oberon/P.U.C.K (RCMIOS); and John in John Joubert’s new commission of Jane Eyre with the English Symphony Orchestra.

On the concert platform Samuel has performed a wide range of repertoire, including Earth and Air and Rain (Finzi), Lieder eines Fahrenden Gesellen (Mahler/Birmingham Sinfonia), The Crucifixion (RCO), Five Mystical Songs (Vaughan Williams) and Avodath Hakodesh (Ernest Bloch/Midlands Chorale). For his work as a concert artist, Samuel is the prizewinner of the Royal Forest of Dean Herbert Howells' Prize; the Birmingham Conservatoire Singing Prize; the Doris Newton Club Prize; and he is an Edward Brooks English Song Prize award holder.

Previously for Longborough: Chorus/Der fliegende Holländer, A Lackey/Ariadne auf Naxos (2018)