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ALEXANDER ANDERSON-HALL

TENOR

Page last updated: 31.07.14

 

 
 

Alexander Anderson-Hall is an experienced, freelance operatic tenor, living and working mainly in the UK and France. After leaving the Royal College of Music in London, he immediately gained the attention of a wider public as a young artist at Scottish Opera, where he made his debut singing a number of roles including Flavio in Norma, The Peacock in Param Vir’s Broken Strings, John Millar Jnr. for the World premiere of David Horne’s A Friend of the People and Janek in The Makropoulos Case. Since then, his acknowledged dramatic and vocal versatility has afforded him a career that has taken him around the world, with critically acclaimed performances in numerous roles ranging from early opera, through Mozart, Rossini, and Bel Canto to contemporary repertoire.

In 2010-2011 he was enrolled by English National Opera on the Opera Works programme where he continued to refine and hone his skills as an operatic artist. His technical studies continue with Phil Doghan.

For more information on his career, see the Biography/CV page.

Some Reviews

"...In this hilarious twosome, would-be suitor Count Almaviva (Alexander Anderson-Hall) was first rate and had the audience in stitches throughout the production. Alexander again proved what a wonderful voice he has and provided great humour..."
The Barber of Seville - Stanley Opera, Concordia Theatre. (Tony Parratt - Hinckley Times)

"Susan Gorton's redhead elephant was both touching and comic... She was evenly matched by Ann Archibald as the expert coloratura soprano fish... and by Alexander Anderson-Hall as the tenor Peacock, dazzling in jewel-blue silk suit. All wore astonishing (uncredited) wigs".
Param Vir - Scottish Opera. (The Independent 1998)

"Alexander Anderson-Hall's delightfully musical tenor and acting ability made Nadir a most believable and dramatic young lover..."
Caroline Franklin (Newbury News) The Pearl Fishers - Kennet Opera (18.11.04)

"...Alexander Anderson-Hall, a fluent-voiced seducer, his singing acquiring greater emotional depth in the third act scenes with both Mimi and Marcello"
(Rodolfo - La Boheme, Garden Opera. Opera Magazine Sept 2007)

"...MacDuff was superbly performed by Alexander Anderson-Hall, whose powerful tenor voice was a pure joy to hear."
(T.P Nuneaton News, April 2013)

Recent, current and forthcoming engagements:

Nadir's SerenadeMost recent: Count Almaviva in The Barber of Seville, Don Ottavio in Don Giovanni, Macduff in Macbeth, Fenton in The Merry Wives of Windsor, Maese Pedro in El retablo del Maese Pedro by Manuel de falla, Nanki Poo in The Mikado as Part of the Bedford Park Festival with Opera Novella, Beppe in Pagliacci for Garden Opera and the Opera Works Programme at English National Opera.

Upcoming: Don Ottavio in Don Giovanni, Don José in Carmen, Nemorino in L'Elisir d'Amore, Tinca in Il Tabarro and Alfredo in La Traviata. (See diary page for details)

 

 

 

Opera GalleriaIl Mondo della Luna

An additional activity to my main operatic career is provided by Opera Galleria, a partnership with baritone and colleague James McOran-Campbell, providing Opera and Song themed gala concerts for individual clients.

For full details and dates please visit the Diary Page or click on to the respective websites.

With best wishes, Alexander

 
 

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