Hi, I'm Ryan Shore. I'm a singer - I sing mostly Classical music but I do often sing some Musical Theatre too. As a young boy I always found myself dreaming of "treading the
boards" and having my name shining in those ever glistening lights of the musical theatre world.
I started performing in 2004 when I was 8 years old at Stage Coach Theatre School, and I haven't stopped since, in 2005 I passed a Trinity College London performing exam with Distinction. After 2 years of performing I knew it was my future, through the
course of time I have played many characters such as Bugsy Malone in 2009 at the Bridge House Theatre. In 2010 aged 14, I started at Stratford-Upon-Avon College for a Youth Apprenticeship in acting. In 2012, 2 years after the course started,
I passed with Distinction* (Distinction Starred).
On the 10th of November 2012 I saw my very first opera "La Boheme" performed by the WNO (Welsh National Opera) this made me more determined to follow my dream than ever, seeing and hearing the audiences reaction gave me my aspiration
back, at that moment I said that one day this will be my audience. On the 24th of November 2012 I received some fantastic news in the form of a congratulations letter, it said that I had been accepted for a place at the WNO Youth Theatre (Welsh
National Opera Youth Theatre) for their 2013 production of Benjamin Britten's opera Paul Bunyan, which was performed at the Wales Millennium Centre on the Donald Gordon stage, my career in opera and classical music had now just begun.
Over my time rehearsing and performing Paul Bunyan my passion for music and performance grew and grew, in-fact you could say that I couldn't get enough of it! Whilst working on the WNO Paul Bunyan project
I attracted the attention of the local press, one in particular asked me to do a press interview over the phone and a few days later they released an article all about my time on the production and my road to becoming a singer.
After graduating from Stratford-upon-Avon college I set my mind to the future and applied for music college, as any musician will tell you, the road for applying for a conservatoire is a long and tedious process. In February 2015 I received
some of the best news I had ever received in my life, I received an offer to study at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama for a Bachelors of Music in Vocal studies, a new chapter of my life was about to take flight.