Emanuele Moris FGS 

Key details:

Music | Opera Studies | Vocal Studies
Aria, Song and Oratorio; Vocal Coach - Itallian
Emanuele Moris


Emanuele Moris was born in Imperia (Italy) on 20 March 1938. Since an early age he showed a great interest in classical music. Music became in fact his profession in life. He studied the Flute in Torino with Maestro Arturo Danesin and Singing with Miss Morano. After spending a number of years as a Flautist playing with Symphony Orchestras and Opera Orchestras in Italy as well as conducting the "Orchestra da Camera di Torino" in many concerts in Italy and other countries, he decided to come to London, where he studied  conducting with the great English Conductor Sir Adrian Boult. Unfortunately, because of ill health, he had to abandon his playing and conducting and, on the advise of Sir Adrian, he became an operatic coach.  

Since 1983 he has been Professor of Italian Repertoire and also Italian Language for singers at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama. He is also a coach at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, both for the Main House and for the Jette Parker Young Artist Programme as well as for the National Opera Studio. He also works with the BBC Symphony Chorus, the English National Opera, the Opera North (Leeds). He is also a visiting Professor at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama (Glasgow). 

In 2014 he was awarded the Fellowship of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.