Adrian Dwyer

Tenor

Having made his professional debut as Rodolfo in Baz Luhrmann’s Broadway production of La bohème in Los Angeles, British-Australian tenor Adrian Dwyer has since established himself as a versatile and striking interpreter of character roles as well as a sought after performer of contemporary music. He has performed at Teatro Real Madrid (Street Scene), Opernhaus Zürich (Sweeney Todd), Dutch National Opera (Death in Venice), Teatro Massimo Palermo (Parsifal), Israeli Opera (Salome) and Opera Queensland (A Flowering Tree). Closer to home, recent highlights have included D’Esperaudieu in Gerald Barry’s The Intelligence Park at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Andrei/Khovanshchina and Anatole/War and Peace for Welsh National Opera, Electrician/Powder Her Face for the inaugural production Irish National Opera, Inspector of Lunatics in the world premiere of Michael Gallen’s Elsewhere at Dublin’s Abbey Theatre, and the title role of Alexander Litvinenko in the world premiere of the eponymous opera at Grange Park Opera last summer. Following Siegfried at Longborough, he makes his house and role debut as the Astrologer/The Golden Cockerel at Theater Magdeburg.


Previously for Longborough: Mime/Das Rheingold (2019), Florestan/Fidelio (2017)