New artist: baritone Nicholas Mogg

31 October 2017

Rayfield Allied is delighted to welcome on to its roster baritone Nicholas Mogg.

Winner of the 2017 Royal Over-Seas League Singers Section, Nicholas read music at Clare College, Cambridge where he was a choral scholar and went on to study on the postgraduate course at the Royal Academy of Music.  He is now in his final year on the Opera Course there and later this year will sing the title role in their production of Don Giovanni.  You can find out more about this production by clicking here.

As well as having performed numerous operatic roles including Melisso Alcina, Count Almaviva The Marriage of Figaro, and Vicar Albert Herring, Nicholas has also appeared as a soloist at leading venues throughout Europe including the Barbican Hall, the Concertgebouw Amsterdam, KKL Luzern and the Philharmonie de Paris with conductors including Sir John Eliot Gardiner, Ton Koopman, and Sir Roger Norrington.

A keen recitalist and a member of the Academy’s prestigious Song Circle, Nicholas has performed at Wigmore Hall, the Oxford Lieder Festival, Two Moors Festival, Roman River Festival, and the Ryedale Festival.

Other highlights this season include Steward Flight for Royal Academy Opera, performances of Handel's Messiah in Spain with Edward Higginbottom, Schubert Schwanengesang at the Two Moors Festival with his regular duo partner Jâms Coleman, and a return to the Oxford Lieder Festival for Brahms Ein Deutsches Requiem.

Nicholas is represented worldwide by Nicholas Maw and Katie Smart.

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