Bradley Smith, tenorTenor Bradley Smith works with The English Concert and Harry Bicket for the first time singing Odoardo Ariodante. He and the stellar cast will be appearing at Theater an der Wien, Vienna on May 12; Elbphilharmonie, Hamburg on May 14; The Barbican, London on May 16 and the Théâtre des Champs Elysées on May 18. Bradley then starts rehearsals for the title role of Albert Herring at the Buxton International Festival.

TBradley Smith, tenorenor Bradley Smith sings Lelio in Cesti’s Le Nozze in Sogno at the Innsbruck Festival on August 19, 21 & 22 and in Salzburg on August 25 & 26. The production by Alessio Pizzech is conducted by Enrico Onofri.

 

Polly Graham, directorRecently-signed director Polly Graham has been announced the winner of the 2016 Independent Opera Director Fellowship. As part of the award she will direct the UK premiere of Karl Amadeus Hartman’s Simplicius Simplicissimus in a new English translation by David Pountney. The performances will take place at the Lilian Baylis Studio, Sadler’s Wells on November 11, 15, 17 & 19 and the cast includes tenor Bradley Smith.

Bradley Smith, tenor

No Cesti International Competition for Baroque Opera final is complete without a CPM tenor. Bradley Smith is the only Brit and only Tenor to make the grade in Innsbruck this year. Watch the live stream on Youtube this evening (19:00 CET, 18:00 BST)

Bradley Smith, tenor

Tenor Bradley Smith sings Tom Rakewell in The Rake’s Progress for Royal Academy Opera on March 12 & 16. Jane Glover conducts John Ramster’s production at the Jack Lyon’s Theatre, Royal Academy of Music.

Tenor Bradley Smith joins CPM

September 8, 2014

Bradley Smith, tenor

We are delighted to welcome tenor Bradley Smith to CPM. A former Choral Scholar at St John’s College Cambridgee, where he read music, Bradley is finishing his studies on the Opera Course at the Royal Academy of Music. Student roles to date have included  Le Prince Charmant Cendrillon and Male Chorus The Rape of Lucretia. Bradley will sing Tom Rakewell in The Rakes Progress at the RAM in spring 2015.