Tad Davidson


Tad is a fourth-year undergraduate singer studying at the Royal Northern College of Music under the tutelage of Peter Wilson. 

Before his studies at the RNCM, Tad attended Chetham’s School of Music and was a member of the Hallé Youth Choir. He has been in the cast of several RNCM operas, and has performed in the chorus for Longborough's Le nozze di Figaro (2016), and The Magic Flute (2017) - in which he performed the role of Monostatos, stepping in as cover for Harry Nicholl, alongside his duties as a chorus member and puppeteer.

Most recently, Tad has been cast in Longborough's 2018 Young Artist programme in the role of First Soldier/L'incoronazione di Poppea, as well as to perform in the chorus for La traviata.

Tad has also appeared in a solo recital alongside pianist Wyn Chan in the Chorlton Arts Festival 2016 and been in the chorus for multiple award-winning recordings: Britten's War Requiem, with the Gabrielli Consort; Elgar's Dream of Gerontius, and Holst's Hymn of Jesus, with the Hallé Orchestra & Choir.