Nicholas Mulroy TENOR

Born in Liverpool, Nicholas Mulroy read Modern Languages at Clare College Cambridge and then studied at the Royal Academy of Music.

On the concert platform, he has sung Bach’s St John Passion (arias) with Marc Minkowski and Le Musiciens du Louvre, St John Passion with the Gabrieli Consort and Paul McCreesh, Evangelist Bach Christmas Oratorio in London with Sir John Eliot Gardiner, le Récitant Berlioz L’Enfance du Christ with Sir Colin Davis, María de Buenos Aires with Mr McFalls Chamber Orchestra, Messiah with Royal Scottish National Orchestra and Nicholas McGegan as well as several appearances at the BBC Proms (Monteverdi Vespers 1610, Campra Requiem and Bach St John Passion), with the Staatskapelle Dresden (Bach B Minor Mass and Haydn Harmonie-Messe), St Matthew Passion (Evangelist and arias) with Laurence Cummings at the London Handel Festival, Messiah with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment in London and across Europe, concerts and recordings of St John Passion with Polyphony under conductor Stephen Layton and Monteverdi Vespers 1610 with the Magdalena Consort at the Cheltenham Festival directed by Peter Harvey.

His opera engagements have included Premiere Parque Rameau Hippolyte et Aricie with Emmanuelle Haïm at the Theatre du Capitole Toulouse and Opera National de Paris, Dardanus with Emmanuelle Haïm in Lille, Caen and Dijon, L’incorronazione di Poppea for Glyndebourne on Tour, Opera de Lille and Opera de Dijon and Septimius in Handel Theodora with Trevor Pinnock. He made his Glyndebourne debut under Jurowski in Prokofiev’s Betrothal in a Monastery. A committed recitalist, highlights include Janácek’s Diary of one who Vanished with the Prince Consort in the Oxford Lieder Festival, Vaughan Williams On Wenlock Edge in Edinburgh and with the Badke Quartet, Gavin Bryars Eight Irish Madrigals with Mr McFall’s Chamber (also on CD), Britten Seven Sonnets of Michelangelo and Fauré La Bonne Chanson at the Lichfield Festival, and, with regular collaborator John Reid, Die Schöne Müllerin, Schumann Op 24 and Op 39, and Tippett’s The Heart’s Assurance. Recent concert appearances include collaborations with the BBC Philharmonic, the Hallé, and the Monteverdi Choir and English Baroque Soloists at the BBC Proms.

Recordings include a Gramophone Awardwinning Messiah, Evangelist St Matthew Passion and Acis Acis and Galatea for John Butt and Dunedin Consort (Linn), Monteverdi Vespers 1610 (Robert King/King’s Consort/Hyperion), a disc of Michael Finissy (Weeks/Exaudi/NMC), Monteverdi Vespers 1610 with Edward Higginbottom and a series of Monteverdi (I Fagiolini /Chandos). He recently featured on two versions of the St John Passion singing the arias for Stephen Layton/ Polyphony on Hyperion and Evangelist and arias for John Butt/Dunedin Consort on Linn. Current plans include concerts with Britten Sinfonia, Dunedin Consort, Netherlands Bach Choir, the Philharmonia and Melbourne Symphony Orchestras.

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