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Thomas Spencer-Wortley is a UK Classical Crossover tenor who has been described as ‘The English Josh Groban’. He has also been compared to Il Divo and Andrea Bocelli.

Thomas was born in Derbyshire and studied music at Trinity College of Music in London and gained a post graduate diploma and LRAM at the Royal Academy of Music. He worked in music theatre before deciding on embarking on a solo classical crossover career.

Thomas’ debut album ‘Credere’ was released on 24 August 2009. With his brother Oliver Spencer-Wortley, the entire album was recorded in their home and features 12 classical crossover tracks, from the explosive rendition of ‘Ave Maria’ to newly penned tracks, such as ‘Credere’. The album demonstrates the successful marriage of two musical worlds, where the excitement of the modern era meets the classics yet retaining all of the beauty and artistry of the original composition. As well as Thomas’ stunning vocals, the album also showcases his brother Oliver’s writing skills with ‘Credere’, ‘Open Road’ and ‘All That I Need’ as well as a very special arrangement of ‘Ave Maria’.

Instrumentalists featured on the album include ‘Midnight’ String Quartet, who are signed to Cove Records, and also Dom Carter, Thomas’ resident Musical Director, who played the many wonderful piano solos.

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