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Colin Thomas Bryce is a Scottish Classical Crossover Tenor and graduate of the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. Trained in both Opera and Musical Theatre, he enjoys a very busy performance schedule throughout the UK and internationally as a highly sought-after  concert performer, corporate entertainer, ceilidh caller and event producer. 

Since graduating in 2013, Colin has performed extensively with acclaimed UK vocal quartet, The Opera Boys including as a headline act for contracts aboard some of the world's finest cruise lines including Crystal, Cunard, Celebrity, P&O, Saga and Norwegian Cruises. He has also performed with them on each of their four UK theatre tours and for black-tie events both home and abroad most notably at Villa Miani and Windsor Castle.

Under the name of the Tartan Tenor, Colin has appeared as a guest soloist for numerous concerts and private events including at the likes of the world famous Gleneagles Hotel, Kelvingrove Art Gallery, Prestonfield House and Buda Castle, Budapest. In 2021 he was a finalist at the Scottish Italian Awards for the category of Scotland's Best Italian Performer. Within Scotland he regularly performs in care homes and health care settings as independent soloist and also on behalf of Music in Hospitals and Care Scotland where he is accompanied by pianist, Gina Baker. He also works with top Scottish surprise entertainment act, SOS Secret Opera Singers at corporate functions, weddings and private parties. In 2016 he notably lent his vocals to the popular restaurant chain Tony Macaroni on a series of popular radio adverts based on the tune of "Pa' pa' l'Americano."

Further to his work as a singer, Colin works as an acclaimed Solo Ceilidh Caller for weddings and private events. He has produced and hosted the entertainment packages for two prestigious Burns Nights, one for Britain's oldest warship The HMS Warrior docked in Portsmouth (2019-2020) and the other for the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Cardiff (which ran as a sellout event from it's launch in 2013 until it's last event in 2019). 

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