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Singing ; Piano ; Aural ; Theory 

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Lithuanian Soprano Rusne Tuslaite is an alumna of the Royal Academy of Music. She made her Lithuanian National Opera debut at the age of seventeen as a winner of the television song contest ‘Dainu dainele 2016,’ and was the Royal Opera House Emerging Artist at their Youth Council Steering Group in 2021. 

Her recent operatic engagements include the roles of Chocholka and Woodpecker in Janáček’s ‘The Cunning Little Vixen’ (Hampstead Garden Opera), Lidochka in Shostakovich’s ‘Cheryomushki’ (Welsh National Opera’s Youth Company), Countess Almaviva (Hampstead Garden Opera) and Susanna (RAM opera scenes) in Mozart’s ‘Le Nozze di Figaro', Tiresias in King’s world premiere of ‘Cantata Superba’ (Audentia Ensemble) and Manola in Massenet’s ‘Cherubin’ (Royal Academy Opera). In 2022, Rusne was a member of the prestigious Glyndebourne Festival chorus, made her debuts at the Wales Millennium Centre, the BBC Proms, the Edinburgh International Festival and worked with the London City Orchestra and conductor Thomas Payne on Strauss' 'Vier letzte lieder' as a cover soloist for soprano Nadine Benjamin MBE. 

Rusne actively performs and takes part in masterclasses and festivals in Lithuania, the United Kingdom, Austria and France. Some of the most well-known include the Welsh International Academy of Voice's Summer programme (Cardiff, Wales), the Mozarteum University Summer Academy (Salzburg, Austria), the St Denis Festival (Paris, France) and the British Youth Opera Summer festivals (London, England). 

Rusne is a member of the ISM and has a full DBS check as well as the LRAM teaching licence. With extensive piano and drums experience she is confident in offering home and online lessons to any age group, level or background.

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