Richard Perry was a chorister in St John’s College Choir, Cambridge, a Choral Scholar in Christ Church Cathedral Choir in Oxford and a member of Trinity College Choir Cambridge. With these choirs he has performed in venues all over the world including USA, Australia, Japan and Europe. As a baritone soloist he has performed alongside many choirs including Phoenix Singers (Suffolk), Elysian Singers and De Beauvoir Singers (London) in works including Messiah (Handel), Magnificat and Christmas Oratorio (Bach), Mass in C minor (Mozart) and German Requiem (Brahms). As a recitalist he has performed in many venues in Central London including The Bloomsbury Theatre and has appeared as ‘The Reverend’ in Kurt Weill’s ‘Happy End’ for Oxford Dance Theatre. As an opera singer he has frequently appeared with ‘Spaghetti Opera’ on Fleet Street, and during his time with Felici he has performed the role of the Count Almaviva in The Marriage of Figaro in 2017 and Don Giovanni (title role) 2018 as well as singing many opera favourites in Felici "Box of Opera Delights" concerts. After previous singing tuition with Liane Keegan, Janice Chapman and Raymond Connell, he currently studies with James Gower.