Nicholas Garrett

HeadshotNicholas Garrett studied at the Trinity College of Music and is the recipient of a Wolfson Foundation Award. He made his debut at English National Opera as Baron Douphol LA TRAVIATA, sang the Title-role THE VISION OF LEAR by Hoshio Tosokawa at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Linbury Studio Theatre and also Fiorello IL BARBIERE DI SIVIGLIA for the Opera National de Paris, Bastille.  He appeared in the Title-role DON GIOVANNI for Opera Holland Park in 2002 and went on to sing Angelotti TOSCA in David McVicar’s production for the English National Opera.

Other roles include Colline LA BOHEME for Scottish Opera Go Round; Sven VAUDEVILLIAN LOVE LIFE for Opera North; Commendatore and Masetto DON GIOVANNI for Pimlico Opera; Sparafucile and The Count of Monterone RIGOLETTO, Title-role LE NOZZE DI FIGARO and Nourabad PEARL FISHERS for English Touring Opera; Ben THE TELEPHONE for the Buxton Festival 1997; Sourin QUEEN OF SPADES for Scottish Opera and Jenkins OF THEE I SING for Opera North.  Nicholas Garrett’s concert work spans all the major oratorio roles and song recitals including his Queen Elizabeth Hall debut in 1996 with Shostakovich’s Six Romances Op. 62 and Luciano Berio’s Sinfonia at the Boulez Festival in Tokyo 1995.

After a sensational debut as Carl-Magnus A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC in 2009, Nicholas Garrett has been invited back each season to the Theatre du Chatelet for the roles of Max THE SOUND OF MUSIC and Anthony SWEENEY TODD and returned there in subsequent season for productions of SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE, Jigger CAROUSEL, Baker INTO THE WOODS, and Lieutenant Barri and Fosca’s Father PASSION

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Samuel Krum
Vocal & Opera Consultant


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