Frederick Long received a first-class degree in music from the University of Bristol, a DipRAM from the Royal Academy of Music, and furthered his training at the National Opera Studio. He is a Samling artist, a Yeoman of the Worshipful Company of Musicians, and a grateful recipient of the Donald A. Anderson award from Glyndebourne on Tour and a Sybil Tutton Award (administered by Help Musicians UK). His appearance as Second Priest/Second Armed Man in The Magic Flute marks his ENO debut.
Currently for ENO:
Second Priest/Second Armed Man The Magic Flute
Notable engagements elsewhere:
Leporello, Nilakantha Lakmé, Lackey Ariadne auf Naxos, Medeiros The Yellow Sofa, Somnus Semele, Superintendent Budd Albert Herring, Don Alfonso, Sarastro and Willi Graf in the world premiere of Peter Maxwell Davies’s Kommilitonen! Companies he has worked with include Glyndebourne Festival, ENO, Scottish Opera and Opera Holland Park, and he has also worked with leading conductors including Vladimir Jurowski, Sir John Eliot Gardiner, Sir Charles Mackerras and Sir Colin Davis.
Last updated: 14th March 2016