Born in Hong Kong in 1983, Adrian read mathematics and philosophy at Cambridge before studying at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama and at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis. He now lives in London and works all over the world.
As a baritone he has performed in venues all over the world, with many of today’s leading professional ensembles and as a soloist, and he also has extensive stage experience.
A special part of Adrian’s performing work is the ensembles of which he is a founder member: Renaissance vocal ensemble Basiliensis; medieval and folk cross-over duo Flos Harmonicus; and Renaissance trio Mascherata.
Away from the performing world, Adrian enjoys a burgeoning career as a writer, researcher and journalist, as well as pursuing his own wide-ranging academic interests. He is also a skilled musical editor and typesetter, and his editions have been used in performances and recordings across the world.
When not engaged in one or another of the above activities, Adrian can usually be found buying too many books, forlornly supporting Grimsby Town Football Club, not going running often enough, obsessing about roast potatoes, forgetting to practise the lute, and keeping up with the latest gadget-related news.