Biography
Tenor

Tenor Elliot Goldie was born in Hawick in the Scottish Borders. He studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama on both Undergraduate and Opera courses. Elliot was the winner of the Inaugural Kathleen Ferrier Award in 1996. After leaving college he joined the chorus of The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden where he was a member for 15 years and during that time performed many roles under the batons of conductors such as Sir Antonio Pappano, Sir Colin Davies and Sir Mark Elder.

As well as Opera, Elliot has performed in many Musical Theatre productions including West Side Story, Guys and Dolls and South Pacific. He played the role of Javert in Les Miserables for Pimlico Opera.

Elliot also has a busy schedule singing at private and corporate functions across the country and has appeared at many Scottish events including Burns Suppers and St Andrews Nights. Elliot was the compère for A Scottish Prom at The Royal Albert Hall and he performed at The Scottish Proms at Glamis Castle with Nicola Benedetti.

Recent engagements include Bacchus(cover) Ariadne auf Naxos, Longborough Festival Opera, Froh(cover), Das Rheingold for Royal Opera House.

Future engagements include Siegfried for The Mastersingers Society and Froh, Das Rheingold for Longborough Festival Opera.