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Mary Bevan - artist at English National Opera

Mary Bevan


Mary Bevan graduated from Trinity College, Cambridge, and the RAM Opera School. As an ENO Harewood Artist Mary was supported by The Behrens Fellowship.

Previously for ENO: Rebecca Two Boys, Barbarina, Susanna Figaro, Yum-Yum The Mikado, Papagena The Magic Flute, Second Niece Peter Grimes, Despina Cosi Fan Tutte.

Career Highlights

Notable engagements elsewhere: Orpheus Orpheus (ROH at Globe); Music/Euridice Orfeo (ROH at Roundhouse); Barbarina (ROH); Zerlina, Barbarina (Garsington); Pamina (Garsington at West Green House); Musetta (St Endellion Festival); Lila Firework Maker’s Daughter (Opera Group/ROH2/Opera North); Galatea Acis and Galatea (Iford Arts); Servilia Clemenza di Tito, Gerechtigkeit Die Schuldigkeit des ersten Gebots, Tamiri Il re pastore (Classical Opera); Haydn Creation (Vocal Futures); Despina (Vignette Productions, RA Opera). Concerts include Maxwell Davies’s Suite from Caroline Mathilde (BBC NOW at Proms), Mendelssohn Symphony No. 2 (CBSO), Stravinsky Pulcinella (Prague Philharmonia), Mendelssohn Midsummer Night’s Dream (Edinburgh Festival), Kate Yeomen of the Guard (BBC Proms), Handel Apollo e Daphne and Arne’s Alfred (Classical Opera), St Matthew Passion, Haydn ‘Nelson’ Mass, Handel Israel in Egypt (Hanover Band), St John Passion (Spitalfields Festival), Britten Les Illuminations, Messiah (English Concert, ECO), Bach Christmas Oratorio, Haydn Theresienmesse and premiere of Ireland’s Like as a Hart (Cadogan Hall); recitals include appearances at Wigmore Hall and Oxford Lieder Festival.

Recordings: Hadley’s Fen and Flood (Albion Records); Handel in the Playhouse (Opella Nova Records); Handel Ode for St Cecilia’s Day (Ludus Baroque/Delphian); Triumph of Time and Truth (Ludus Baroque); Ludwig Thuille songs, Mendelssohn Complete Songs (Champs Hill Records).

Last updated: 15th November 2017