Trinity Alumnus stars on Americast’s Got Talent with Piers Morgan
Alumnus Freddie Benedict, a singer, trumpeter and voiceover artist, recently starred on Americast’s Got Talent, and was described as ‘the best singer’ by guest judge, Piers Morgan.
Freddie, 24, is currently studying at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. The judges described his performance on the radio show as ‘outstanding’.
As a choral scholar at Kings College London, Trinity Head Chorister, and with Trinity Boys’ Choir, Freddie has sung at the Royal Albert Hall, the Royal Opera House and Glyndebourne, as well as churches and cathedrals all over the UK, Italy, Germany, Nigeria and Poland.
He is currently studying for a Master’s degree in jazz singing and has performed all over the UK, including Ronnie Scott’s as the lead male singer with National Youth Jazz Orchestra.
In the show, Piers Morgan is judging Frank Sinatra impersonators. The recording is available here.
Well done, Freddie!