John Molloy


John Molloy, from Birr in Ireland, studied at the DIT Conservatory of Music & Drama, Dublin and the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester. Recent roles include Figaro/Le nozze di Figaro and Arthur/The Lighthouse with Nationale Reisopera, Masetto/Don Giovanni with English National Opera, Leporello/Don Giovanni for NI Opera and Opera Theatre Company, Don Alfonso/Così fan tutte for NI Opera and Nevill Holt Opera, Budd/Albert Herring with the Buxton Festival, Swallow/Peter Grimes with the Teatro Comunale di Bologna, Dulcamara/L’elisir d’amore for Nevill Holt Opera, the Four Villains/Les contes d'Hoffmann and Lo Zio Bonzo/Madama Butterfly for Irish National Opera and Le Commandeur de Beaupré/La cour de Célimène for the Wexford Festival. 

Concert appearances include the Australian premiere of Van Gogh - The Opera with Crash Ensemble at the Canberra International Festival of Music, Haydn’s Creation in The Hague with Continuo Rotterdam and Beethoven Missa Solemnis with the Macau Orchestra and the chorus of Shanghai Opera House conducted by Tibor Bogányi. John has also appeared with The National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland, RTE Concert Orchestra, Orchestra of St. Cecilia, London Gala Orchestra and The Goldberg Ensemble.

Previously for Longborough: Don Alfonso/Così fan tutte (2021)