Nadim Naaman was recently appointed an Associate of The Royal Academy of Music, where he trained in Musical Theatre. Prior to this, he read Drama at The University of Warwick.
Most recently, he played Bertie Wooster in Andrew Lloyd Webber and Alan Ayckbourn’s By Jeeves (The Old Laundry Theatre), directed by Ayckbourn himself, and Raoul in the 30th Anniversary cast of The Phantom of The Opera (Her Majesty’s Theatre). Other Theatre includes: Sweeney Todd (Harrington’s Pie & Mash Shop, Shaftesbury Avenue), One Man, Two Guvnors (Theatre Royal, Haymarket), The Sound of Music (London Palladium), Titanic (Princess of Wales, Toronto and Southwark Playhouse), Chess (The Union), Marguerite (Tabard), Knight Crew (Glyndebourne), James and The Giant Peach (The Watermill) and The Last Five Years (Pleasance).
Concert work includes: The BT Christmas Concert (Royal Albert Hall), Bernstein on Broadway (RCO Concertgebouw), Rogers & Hammerstein/Rogers & Hart (The John Wilson Orchestra), The Broadway Sound (The John Wilson Orchestra), Leonard Bernstein: On Stage and Screen (RTÉ Concert Orchestra), How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying (Guildhall, City of London Festival), A Little Night Music (The Palace and Yvonne Arnaud), The Phantom of The Opera 25th Anniversary (Royal Albert Hall), Rod Steward – European Tour (Twickenham) and Concert For Diana with Sir Elton John (Wembley).
Naaman’s recent studio album Sides (2016) topped the iTunes UK Vocal Chart, and is available on iTunes and Spotify.