Ross is a technical singing teacher, vocal coach and Estill Master Trainer (EMT). He teaches on the postgraduate and undergraduate Musical Theatre and Acting courses at the Royal Academy of Music (RAM), the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (RCS), Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts and at Trinity School and Music Academy. He has private studios in London, Glasgow and online. His students and clients have appeared in the West End, on UK and International Tours and in European Productions.
Ross graduated from the RCS with a BMus (Hons) in Classical Vocal Studies, an endorsement in Community Music and a MA in Musical Theatre Performance. He was the recipient of a RCS Trust Scholarship and an Ian Fleming Musical Theatre Award. As a singer and guest artist, he has performed in concert and recordings for the National Theatre, English National Ballet, Abbey Road, BBC Television, BBC Radio, the BBC Proms, the John Wilson Orchestra, the BBC Concert Orchestra and the Maida Vale Singers.
As a teacher, Ross was trained and mentored by Anne-Marie Speed - Professor of Voice at RAM, Licensed Vanguard and Estill Mentor and Course Instructor (EMCI) and Director of The Voice Explained. He has interned for Anne-Marie Speed, Paul Farrington (Specialist Vocal Coach and Clinical Consultant, Royal Opera House), Kiereen Lock (EMCI and Specialist Speech and Language Therapist) and Gillian McLaren Scott (EMCI).
Previously, Ross was Director of Choral Music at Bromley High School for 7 years and taught singing at Bird College, Forest School, Blackheath High School and Old Palace School.