New artist: Nick Pritchard

11 February 2016

We are delighted to announce the signing of tenor Nick Pritchard

A graduate of New College, Oxford – where he was a choral scholar – and the Royal College of Music International Opera School, 26-year-old Nick has been described as “a tenor with a core of muscularity” (The Arts Desk) capable of giving “a knock-out performance” (Classical Source).  He has been the recipient of several significant awards, including the Eric Joseph Shilling Prize and the London Bach Society Singer’s Prize, and currently Nick is a Samling Artist.

Nick has given an impressive list of concert performances to date and he has worked with many leading conductors including Laurence Cummings, Christian Curnyn, Paul McCreesh, Stephen Cleobury and Sir John Eliot Gardiner.  He has performed in major concert venues such as Wigmore Hall and La Philharmonie de Paris where he was the tenor soloist in Bach’s B Minor Mass with the Monteverdi Choir, and he has given recitals as part of the Oxford Lieder Festival and the Southwell Music Festival.

Equally at home on the operatic stage, Nick’s operatic highlights include Prologue The Turn of the Screw for Opera Holland Park and the title role in Albert Herring for RCMIOS, and future engagements include Matthew in Mark Simpson’s Pleasure for Opera North and Telemaco The Return of Ulysses and Mercurio La Calisto both for English Touring Opera.

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