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The British tenor Toby Spence will be joining Classic FM's breakfast presenter for this week's web chat. Post your questions for the brilliant singer!
Toby Spence is one of today's most sought-after tenors. He's recently appeared with the Royal Opera House, New York's Metropolitan Opera, San Francisco Opera and many others.
He studied at Oxford University and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London before making his debut in a production of Mozart's Idomeneo conducted by Charles Mackerras.
Over the years since, he's worked with conductors including Simon Rattle, Andris Nelsons and Thomas Adés and recorded music by composers including Britten, Mahler, Berlioz and Haydn.
More recently, Toby and his brother Magnus have set up a song recital series – Wardsbrook Concerts. This year's edition runs from 10 May and includes recitals by mezzo-soprano Alice Coote, baritone Christopher Maltman and Toby himself, whose programme includes music by Butterworth and Janáček.
All the recitals take part in a thatched Tudor barn in Ticehurst, East Sussex.
Toby will be joining Classic FM's Tim Lihoreau for a web chat tomorrow morning at 9am. Post your questions for him below – and don't forget to check back tomorrow at 9am to join the discussion.