New Artist: tenor James Oxley
We are thrilled that tenor James Oxley has joined the Rayfield Artists roster.
James has appeared at all the major concert halls in London, at Symphony Hall Birmingham and Philharmonic Hall Liverpool, and notable UK concert credits include Missa Solemnis with Heinrich Schiff and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Stravinsky Renard with Psappha at the BBC Proms, Haydn Creation and Mozart Great Mass with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra and Handel Alexander’s Feast with Northern Sinfonia and Nicholas McGegan. His engagements have taken him throughout Europe, especially to France where he has worked with Philippe Herreweghe, Hervé Niquet and Christophe Rousset
Equally at home on the operatic stage he has sung the roles of Lensky and Belmonte at the Opera de Rennes, Lucano in Monteverdi’s Poppea at English National Opera, and Ferrando, Steersman Der Fliegende Holländer and the title role in Candide at the Opera de Rouen.
He is a member of the group The Factory, an experimental theatre company in London.
05 December 2013Matthew Brook “resplendent” in Hyperion’s Christmas Oratorio
05 December 2013Plitmann triumphs in Zappa and Del Tredici premieres with LA Phil and Detroit SO
03 December 2013Stephen Langridge’s “contemporary but timeless” Parsifal triumphs in London