Tenor Will Diggle has performed extensively both in the UK and internationally. His operatic career began as a baritone at the Royal Academy of Music, where he gained a first class BMus degree with honours. Will continued his studies and obtained a master’s in music from the Royal College of Music, where he then transitioned to tenor.
Will’s most notable engagements include: Germano La Scala di Seta (Rossini) at Teatro Signorelli, Italy; recitals at Tsaritsyno Palace, Moscow; covering Dulcamara L'elisir d'amore (Donizetti) at New Generation Festival, Florence; Long John Silver The Hive at Hoxton Hall, London; and solo trio member Trouble in Tahiti at the Royal College of Music. Will has also performed at the Sydney Opera House in Opera Australia’s productions of Don Giovanni, Aida, La traviata and Lohengrin.