Benjamin Bevan won a scholarship to study at the Guildhall School, London and made his international debut at Lausanne Opera in La Cenerentola. He made his UK debut at Scottish Opera as Marcello in La bohème followed by return invitations to sing Fléville and Fouquier-Tinville in Andrea Chénier under Sir Richard Armstrong and Riccardo in I puritani, Lescaut in Massenet’s Manon and Marcello in the revival of La bohème under Francesco Corti. He made his debut at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden singing Henry Cuffe in Gloriana by Benjamin Britten and prior to that he made his debut at Welsh National Opera in two new productions: singing Lescaut in Boulevard Solitude by Henze followed by Roderick Usher in Usher House by Getty.
Previously for Longborough: Count Almaviva/Le nozze di Figaro (2016)
Recent engagements: The Speaker/Die Zauberflöte (Royal Opera House); Notary/Intermezzo (Garsington Opera); Lescaut/Boulevard Solitude (Royal Danish Opera); Ferryman/Curlew River (Opéra de Dijon); Bach’s St Matthew Passion (BBC Philharmonic Orchestra); Handel’s Messiah (Colorado Symphony Orchestra and with the Reisopera); Beethoven’s Missa Solemnis (Bach Collegium Japan)