Musical Director

Michael Roderick Earle was a boy chorister at Winchester Cathedral and following a choral
scholarship at St. John’s College, Cambridge and the Royal College of Music entered the
singing profession as a soloist. He was a principal baritone with the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden for 21 years, singing more than 60 roles with many of the greatest singers, conductors and directors of the era. He has sung in opera and concerts all over the world, in the USA, Argentina, Israel, Australia, New Zealand and the Far East as well as throughout Europe and the UK. He has made several recordings and videos from early to contemporary music. Until recently Roderick was also a singing professor at The Royal College of Music, London and he currently teaches the choral scholars at Trinity College, Cambridge.