Ossian Huskinson is a recent graduate of the Opera School at the Royal Academy of Music (where he also completed his Masters), studying with Mark Wildman and Iain Ledingham. One of the Academy’s Bicentenary Scholars, he was also the winner of the Academy’s English Song Prize 2019, and placed second for their Pavarotti Prize in 2020, as well as being a finalist for the Richard Lewis Prize 2020, before it was cancelled due to the pandemic.
Roles with Royal Academy Opera include King René Iolanta, Sarastro Die Zauberflöte, Le Philosophe Chérubin and Bottom A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Recently, he won first place – as well as the audience prize – for the Clonter Opera Competition 2021.
He has been one of Garsington Opera’s Young Artists for their 2021 Festival, singing the role of Zaretsky (as well as chorus) Eugene Onegin, and chorus for Le Comte Ory.
He has also performed the role of Lackey in the 2021 Edinburgh International Festival performance of Ariadne auf Naxos with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, conducted by Sir Andrew Davis.
Last updated: 20th April 2022