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Sam Marston is a tenor who completed the MMus Opera course at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, under the tutelage of Scott Johnson.                                                            
His recent engagements have included the role of Henrik Egerman in Opera North’s A Little Night Music. He also featured in the Royal Opera House’s Lost & Found project, performing newly commissioned pop-up opera as part of the Europalia Festival.  


Sam most recently performed as Frederic in The Pirates of Penzance and Nanki-Poo in The Mikado for the National G & S Opera Company at Buxton Opera House. 

During his time at the RCS, Sam performed the roles of Dr. Oliver Sacks in The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat (Nyman), Hérisson in L’étoile (Chabrier) and the Young Man in A Feast in Time of Plague (Cui).

Sam was a prisoner in the UK premiere of Dead Man Walking by Jake Heggie and was part of the permanently visible chorus in Jonathan Dove’s The Day After. He has also featured in the prominent choruses of Street Scene (Weill) and Les Mamelles de Tirésias (Poulenc). He was most recently a chorus member in Carmen (Bizet) at Scottish Opera. In concert, he has performed in the orchestral choruses of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony and Choral Fantasia with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra.

Sam regularly performs as a tenor soloist on the concert platform across the UK.


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