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bradley smith - tenor

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After graduating in Music from St John’s College Cambridge Bradley Smith went on to train at the Royal Academy of Music. He was a finalist in the 2015 Pietro Cesti singing competition for baroque opera and is now studying with Gary Coward.

Opera engagements include Damon Acis & Galatea for English National Opera Studio; the title role Albert Herring at the Buxton Festival; Leilio in Cesti Le nozze in sogno in Innsbruck and Salzburg; The Prince in Isouard Cendrillon for Bampton Classical Opera; Trojan Man Idomeneo for Garsington Opera, Tamino Die Zauberflöte for Longborough Opera’s Young Artists’ Tour, Peter Quint The Turn of the Screw with Opera Holland Park’s Young Artists. With Royal Academy Opera he sang Tom Rakewell The Rake’s Progress, Male Chorus The Rape of Lucretia, le Prince Charmant Massenet Cendrillon.

Recent concert performances include Odoardo Ariodante for a European tour with The English Concert / Harry Bicket; the St John Passion and Messiah with The Hanover Band; St John and St Matthew Passions with Ex Cathedra / Jeffrey Skidmore plus performances of the Monteverdi Vespers, Bach Christmas Oratorio, Handel Semele, Haydn Nelson Mass, Spohr The Last Judgement andBritten Serenade for Tenor, horn and strings.

In the 18-19 season and Bradley appears with The Odense Symphony Orchestra / Stephen Layton makes his German opera debut creating the role of Carl Denham in The True Story of King Kong by Jeffrey Ching for Theater Magdeburg and returns to the Innsbruck Festival of Early Music to sing Arsete in Cesti La Dori.