Angelo Fallaria is a London based tenor of Filipino heritage. Having come from a choral background, he was offered formal training upon entering secondary school. He has since developed a voice with great height and extreme flexibility, that is able to grasp a variety of styles of music with both strength and sensitivity. Angelo has a passion for opera, song and collaborating with other singers. Most recently he has also found interest in Historical Performance, which has led up to performing as a soloist in the Bach In Leipzig concert series at the Royal Academy of Music, led by John Butt and Eamonn Dougan.
Outside of performance, he has engaged in outreach and community work such as assisting in workshops at schools and for the Royal Opera House Youth Council Group coaching graduates from their Youth Opera Company.
Angelo has recently graduated with a Masters in Performance from the Royal Academy of Music under the tutelage of Raymond Connell and James Cheung.