Scottish tenor Liam Bonthrone studied at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, under the tutelage of Scott Johnson. In the RCS he has been awarded the Hugh S. Roberton prize for Scottish singing (2014), and was highly commended in both the Jean Highgate Scholarship for singing (2016) and the Elgar Spedding Lieder Prize (2017)
Liam regularly attends Oxenfoord International Summer School, where he has taken part in the opera scenes course and masterclasses include Malcolm Martineau, John Treleaven, Linda Ormiston and Jamie Macdougall.
He was involved in RCS' recent productions of Die Fledermaus, Vaughan Williams' Sir John in Love and Britten’s Owen Wingrave. As a soloist, performances have included Handel’s Messiah, Mozart’s Requiem, Haydn’s The Creation and Nelson Mass and Stainer’s Crucifixion. Liam is currently a choral scholar at Paisley Abbey where he holds the Kenneth McKellar scholarship under the direction of esteemed organist and choir-master George McPhee.
He has also been a member of Edna Auld’s Jambouree Singers in Perth, for twelve years.
Kenneth Maciver was born and raised in Perth, and it was while at primary school, he became interested in singing.
At the age of seventeen he began studying singing. Over the next few years, he won a number of prestigious awards for his fine baritone voice.
He is currently studying with the international Dutch tenor and teacher Amand Hekkers in Holland.
In 2015 Kenneth sang with the Scottish National Orchestra to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Perth Concert Hall. He had sung there 10 years earlier on the day it was first opened by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Kenneth has a particular interest in performing the music of Scotland as well as opera and musicals. He works regularly with tenor Liam Bonthrone and with the Leonard Brown Band.
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