Martin Enger Holm
tenor

The Norwegian tenor Martin Enger Holm is currently studying his Bachelor of Music at the Royal Academy of Music (London) under professor Neil Mackie where he receives an entrance scholarship. He recently made his debut with Oslo Symphony Orchestra singing his first Messiah by Handel and was a soloist at Guardiagrele Opera Festival (Italy) conducted by Polish Mariusz Smolij, performing arias and duets by G. F. Handel. At the Royal Academy of Music, Martin was a finalist in 'The Joan Chissell Schumann Prize For Singers' and is a Josephine Baker Trust Scholar. Recently, Martin also made his way to the final of the national Norwegian Music Competition for Young Musicians 2018/19 (UMM).