Who am I?


orn in London to white Jewish and Nigerian Muslim parents and forging a distinctive career defined by unusual repertoire choices and wide ranging performance experiences, British Tenor Adam Music currently studies for his BMus at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance with the grateful support of the Henry Wood Bursary. He is taught by Neil Baker and coached by Helen Yorke.

His love of performing began at school where he had the rare opportunity to perform lead roles in fully staged operas. He sang Tamino, Aeneas and King Arthur before the age of 18.

Before embarking on his degree Adam spent time working in a primary school and singing part time as an operatic busker which opened doors to many private events industry where he has performed at venues including Selfridges, The Heron Tower and at Danny Boyle’s Shuffle Film Festival.

Now in his final year of study, Adam is quickly making strides as on operatic performer. Recent roles include Jenik (Bartered Bride) and Don Jose (Carmen excerpts).

In concert he has been soloist for Mendelsohn Elijah, Puccini Messa Di Gloria, Handel Messiah and Samson, Mozart Requiem Mass and Haydn Nelson Mass.

With a particular interest in Jewish music, Adam collaborated with Spanish Guitarist Miro to perform a series of concerts at the London Jewish Museum and Lauderdale House containing traditional Jewish pieces, Zarzuela and works by Jewish composers.

Future plans include Canio for Hampstead Garden Opera, Dancairo for Blackheath Opera and a recording of song by Szymon Laks, conductor of the Auschwitz Prison orchestra.