Peter Auty is established as one of Britain’s leading tenors. Since his professional debut at Opera North, he has sung with all major UK companies including the Royal Opera House, Glyndebourne, English National Opera, Welsh National Opera, and Scottish Opera. Abroad he has worked with companies including Aalto-Musiktheater Essen, Oper Frankfurt, Nationale Reisopera, New Zealand Opera, and Malmö Opera.
Recent highlights include Pinkerton/Madama Butterfly and Laca Klemen/Jenufa for Welsh National Opera, Paul/Die tote Stadt for Longborough Festival Opera, Roberto/Le Villi at Opera Holland Park, Canio/Pagliacci with Opera Ensemble at Iford Arts; Des Grieux/Manon Lescaut (The Grange Festival and Opera Holland Park); Don José/Carmen (Welsh National Opera); Johnson/The Girl of the Golden West (RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra); the title role in Puccini’s Edgar (Scottish Opera and at Konzerthaus Berlin); Bill in Jonathan Dove’s Flight and Lensky/Eugene Onegin (Scottish Opera); and critically acclaimed performances of Canio/Pagliacci with Opera Ensemble in London and at The Grange Festival and Longborough Festival Opera. He sang the role of Pushkin in the stage premiere of Konstantin Boyarsky’s new opera by the same name with Novaya Opera at Grange Park Opera.