William Branston

William Branston, Tenor

Learning recit is HARD

Learning recit is HARD I’ve just had the privilege to be part of Baroquestock’s first foray into the wonderful world of opera. This is a company that up till now has had the common sense to stick to working with small instrumental ensembles! Until this most recent project they have concentrated on bringing extremely high […]

A Day In The Life

On the 1st of August 2017 I assumed my role as ‘Vice President of Music’ on the Trinity Laban Student Union team. Here’s a glimpse at what went on during this year’s induction and freshers’. Two weeks that are some of the busiest the SU has to deal with all year. Following a week-long handover […]

Reflections on the first term at Trinity Laban

Much to my delight, in 2016 I was accepted on the postgraduate performance course at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in Greenwich, London with a scholarship. This is mostly thanks to my fantastic teacher, Lynton Atkinson who suggested I put and application in at the college (having been made redundant at my work […]