Stile Antico appoints new low bass
23 January, 2019
Stile Antico is delighted to announce the appointment of Nathan Harrison as the group’s lowest bass. He replaces Tom Flint, who has returned to his native Australia with his family, after five years with the ensemble.
Nathan read music at Cardiff University where he was a principal study pianist, before switching his focus to choral music and training with the Genesis Sixteen and National Youth Choir of Great Britain Fellowship programmes. He has quickly made his mark in the professional world, singing with such ensembles as the Sixteen and St Martin’s Voices.
As part of his trial for the position, Nathan has already sung with Stile Antico at concerts in London’s Gresham Centre, Boxgrove Priory, and on tour in the US in Kansas City, Dallas and Lubbock, TX. His first engagement as an official member of the group will be a high-profile occasion: a live-streamed Valentine’s Day performance of Song of Songs from London’s Wigmore Hall!
On hearing that he had been offered a place in the group, Nathan said: “I am completely thrilled to become a full-time member of Stile Antico. I am hugely looking forward to the opportunities that I will experience with the group, particularly the chance to travel and see different parts of the world.” We are all looking forward to making music with Nathan over the years to come!