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Graeme Danby - artist at English National Opera

Graeme Danby


Graeme Danby studied at the Royal Academy of Music.

Career Highlights

Previously for ENO: Pitkin On the Town, Sarastro/Speaker Magic Flute, Pimen, Pooh-Bah, Don Basilio Barber of Seville, Sacristan, Sergeant Pirates of Penzance, Elviro Xerxes, Pistol, Somnus Semele, Talpa Tabarro, Rostov/Tikhon War and Peace, Grenvil La traviata, Ribbing, Antonio/Bartolo Figaro, Quince, Lorenzo I Capuleti e i Montecchi, Wazir Kismet, Zuniga, Pritschitsch Merry Widow, Fyodor/Big Boss/Newspaper Man Dog’s Heart, Snug Midsummer Night’s Dream, Sciaronne, Crespel/Luther Tales of Hoffmann Zuniga Carmen, Priest Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk.

Notable engagements elsewhere: Sacristano, Marquis d’Obigny, Second Armed Man, Charrington 1984, Billy Jackrabbit La fanciulla del West, Gonzalo The Tempest, Director The Gambler (ROH); Bernard Where the Wild Things Are (Aldeburgh/Barbican/LA Philharmonic); Bartolo (Opera North, Garsington, Vlaamse Opera); Somnus (Vlaamse Opera); Antonio (Glyndebourne); Xuthus Ion (Strasbourg); Snug, Fyodor/Big/Boss/Newpaper Man (La Scala); Parsons 1984 (Valencia); Supt. Budd Albert Herring, Ashby (Opera North); Don Magnifico Cenerentola (Scottish Opera, Opéra de Rouen); Talbot Giovanna d’Arco (Buxton).

Recordings: Will Todd’s oratorio Cuthbert (Hallé); Dukas’s Ariane et Barbe-Bleue (BBCSO); Adès The Tempest (EMI); Antonio, Doctor/Banker/Professor Lulu (Chandos).

Last updated: 15th November 2017