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Gerald Finley - Baritone

Mr. Finley will sing a lot of roles amongst them 'Elderly fop' and 'Voice of Dionysus' in Britten's Death in Venice at the Royal Opera House on various dates in November and December 2019.

Royal Albert Hall, 20-Aug-2019 / 19:30

Barbican Hall, 29-Jun-2019 / 19:30

Janáček: The Cunning Little Vixen (semi-staged performances, sung in Czech)

The above opera was also performed on the 27th of June with the same cast.

Wigmore Hall, 15-Jun-2019 / 19:30

Recital with pianist Julius Drake

Barbican Hall, 3-Mar-2019 / 19:30

Mr. Finley performed a song recital at Middle Temple Hall on the 2nd of October 2018.

Royal Albert Hall, 8-Sep-2018 / 19:15

Mr. Finley performed the role of Scarpia in Puccini's Tosca at the Royal Opera House on January the 15th and on further dates in January and February 2018.

Barbican Hall, 19-Sep-2017 / 19:00

Berlioz: The Damnation of Faust

The above programme was also performed on the 17th of September with the same cast.

Mr. Finley withdrew from a song recital at the Wigmore Hall on the 9th of September 2017 due to appendicitis.

Barbican Hall, 25-Apr-2017 / 19:00

John Adams: Doctor Atomic

  • BBC Symphony Orchestra, BBC Singers, John Adams - Conductor, Gerald Finley as Dr Robert J Oppenheimer, Julia Bullock as Kitty, Brindley Sherratt as Edward Teller, Andrew Staples as Robert Wilson and physicist, Jennifer Johnston as Pasqualita, Aubrey Allicock as General Leslie Groves, Marcus Farnsworth as Jack Hubbard, Samuel Sakker as Nolan

Mr. Finley performed:

Wigmore Hall, 21-Mar-2015 / 19:30

Recital with pianist Julius Drake

Wigmore Hall, 31-May-2014 / 19:30

Recital with pianist Julius Drake

Wigmore Hall, 29-Mar-2014 / 19:30

Recital with pianist Julius Drake

Wigmore Hall, 15-Jan-2014 / 19:30

Recital with pianist Julius Drake

Barbican Hall, 12-Jan-2014 / 19:30

Haydn: The Creation (sung in English)

Gerald Finley made his BBC Proms debut, with the London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Sir Andrew Davis, in the role of Kuligin in Janáček's Katya Kabanova on the 24th of August 1990.