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Nicky Spence born 1983 is a Scottish operatic tenor who performs in opera, oratorio and recital in both the UK and internationally. Spence was born and raised in Dumfries. He was educated at Wallace Hall Academy in Thornhill where he had his first lessons with Margaret Davies aged 15 and attended Scottish Youth Theatre and the National Youth Music Theatre. He was accepted to the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and graduated with a Bachelor of Music in 2005. After his first year, he won the. Nicky Spence. The Scottish Tenor EP. Your Rating. Overview . Listen free to Nicky Spence The Scottish Tenor My Love is Like A Red Red Rose O My Luve Is Like A Red Red Rose, Skye Boat Song and more. 4 tracks 13:52. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with Spence launched his classical singing career at a young age, releasing his debut album while still attending the Guildhall School of Music. Born in Dumfriesshire in 1983, the Scottish tenor began performing as a child and won his first competit. read more. similar to. nickyspenceartist Albums. The Scottish Tenor. You're now in slide show mode. Hitting pauses the slideshow and goes back. Hitting pauses the slideshow and goes forward. SPACEBAR resumes the slideshow. Nicky Spence - tenor. Fan page for Scottish Tenor Nicky Spence. See Askonas Holt or for more information. Congratulations to Nicky Spence whose solo recital recording of Janáčeks The diary of one who disappeared with pianist Julius Drake has been named the Sunday Times Classical Album of the Week. Fiona Maddocks of The Observer remarks that for an excellent, up-to-the-minute recording, with Janáčeks music pure and unadulterated, Nicky Spence and Julius Drakes Hyperion disc i. Buy it now. The Scottish Tenor EP Single Audio CD Nicky Spence. Be the first to write a reviewAbout this product. Pre-owned: lowest price. Nicky Spence's Shakespeare, plus Finlandia. Classics Unwrapped. Jamie MacDougall talks to Scottish tenor Nicky Spence about his new Shakespearean album, plus he explores a Finnish national icon. 1 hour, 55 minutes. Last on