top of page
Vedang Parmar


Vedang is an Indian Lyric Baritone currently based in London, where he is pursuing a postgraduate degree in Music Education and Opera Performance at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, and has been awarded with the Morag Noble Scholarship. During his undergraduate studies at Middlesex University, Vedang was awarded the South-Asia Region Award and achieved a distinction in Vocal Performance. He has performed works from Britten's A Midsummer Night's Dream, Purcell's Dido and Aeneas among others at venues across London. Vedang has played various roles in Opera scenes, including his recent role of Masetto in Don Giovanni directed by Grammy award-winner Gidon Saks, and Marco in Gianni Schicchi. Vedang is also an accomplished musical theatre performer and most recently played the role of Lucentio in an adaptation of the American Musical Kiss Me Kate. Vedang's dedication to music as an educator is evident in his work as a voice faculty member at the KM Music Conservatory (2020-21) in India, founded by the Oscar-winning composer AR Rahman. During his time in India, he also learnt Indian classical singing and Indian genres of music like Sufi, Ghazal, Khyal and Qawwali. One of Vedang’s recent notable performances was in a choir for the fundraiser concert in London “Taras Shevchenko in Song” which aimed to provide medical aid to people affected by the Russia-Ukraine conflict. The choir was conducted by Ukrainian composer and conductor, Maksym Levytsky. Vedang recently collaborated with the Irene Taylor Trust, working alongside people with lived experience of prisons, composed music and performed at The Great Hall, Blackheath Halls. Vedang is a soloist and chorister with the Black British Classical Foundation's BBCF Voices and most recently performed a concert for the coronation celebration of King Charles III.

Vedang currently holds a lectureship at Global Music Institute, a Global Partner to Berklee College of Music, Boston. Vedang firmly believes in accessibility to quality music education for everyone and ensures this by engaging with the local community as a Teacher of Singing at New London Performing Arts Centre, a charity based in London. 

Vedang Parmar
bottom of page