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Approximately 3 hours 5 minutes, including one interval. Times given are for guidance purposes only and can change.
Welsh National Opera
Welsh National Opera
Così fan tutte
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Cast
Thu 1 November 2012
Welsh baritone Gary Griffiths studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama where he was the 2009 winner of the coveted Gold Medal Competition.
Gary is an Associate Artist with Welsh National Opera where in 2010/11 he made his debut in the role of Guglielmo (Così fan tutte). He recently appeared as Masetto in a new production of Don Giovanni, and his future roles with the company include Claudio (Béatrice et Bénédict) and Schaunard in a new production of La bohème.
Other recent appearances have included Germano (La Scala di Seta) for British Youth Opera; Dog and Innkeeper (The Cunning Little Vixen) for Grange Park Opera; and L'Incognito (L'Assedio di Calais), Le Comte (Chérubin), Mr. Gedge (Albert Herring), and Arsenio (La Spinabla) for the Guildhall School Opera.
His concert repertoire includes Mozart’s ‘Requiem’ and ‘Mass in C Minor’; Haydn’s ‘Die Jahreszeiten’, ‘Nelson Mass’ and ‘Paukenmesse’; Brahms’ ‘Ein Deutsches Requiem’; Duruflé’s ‘Requiem’; and Handel’s ‘Messiah’. He recently appeared in a gala performance at the National Eisteddfod of Wales with the Welsh Chamber Orchestra and the BBC Wales Chorus, and was the baritone soloist in a performance of ‘Belshazzar’s Feast’ at the Barbican with the Guildhall Symphony Orchestra conducted by Martin Brabbins.
His recital appearances include the Oxford Lieder Festival with Sholto Kynoch, the Cowbridge Music Festival with Joseph Middleton, King’s Place with Iain Burnside, the Ludlow English Song Weekend with Simon Lepper, the Chipping Campden Music Festival with Joel Harder, the Woodbridge Chamber Concert Series in Suffolk with Iain Burnside, and the Lower Machen Festival with Caradog Williams.
A Samling Scholar, he studies with Robert Dean.