Timothy Coleman is a conductor and tenor, recently graduated from a Masters in Vocal Performance at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. He grew up in Aberdeen, studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Oxford University, then spent five years as a freelance choral singer and lay-clerk with New College Oxford before moving to Cardiff.
While in Oxford, Tim was a 2015-16 Fellow with the National Youth Choir of Great Britain, 2016-17 Young Conducting Scholar with Sing for Pleasure, and conductor of both the Blackbird Leys Choir and workplace choir Oxford Analyrica. He is now the director of the St Teilo's Church Choir in Cardiff, conducting regular Sunday services and special performances.
Recent singing engagements include the lead role of Aleks in the premiere of Michael Betteridge's community opera Across the Sky for the Cheltenham Festival; covering Howard Boucher and singing chorus in Dead Man Walking with WNO; and singing chorus for Northern Ireland Opera's production of Die Fledermaus. Future performances include step-out solos in the Armonico Consort's performances of Handel's Messiah and Bach's B minor mass with Elin Manahan Thomas.
In his spare time, Timothy is an enthusiastic cook, struggling cryptic crossworder, and occasional hillwalker.