Tom Randle


Los Angeles born Tom Randle made his debut with the English National Opera as Tamino/The Magic Flute a role repeated at Deutsche Oper Berlin, Glyndebourne Festival Opera, Hamburg, New Zealand and the Covent Garden Festival, swiftly followed by his Royal Opera House debut in 1994 as Essex Gloriana and Opera North, later released as a film for BBC. Subsequent roles for ROH include Johnny Inkslinger/Paul Bunyan, Fool Gawain and Macheath/The Beggar’s Opera and Song of the Earth for The Royal Ballet. Well known for his vivid and committed stage portrayals and a unique ability to embrace a wide variety of repertoire, Tom has emerged as one of the most exciting and versatile artists of his generation, with performances across the globe. 

Recent and future engagements include the world premieres of Al Wasl (Welsh National Opera at Expo, Dubai), Goro/Madama Butterfly (WNO), Loki, Helgi, God/The Monstrous Child (ROH), Malatestino dall’Occhio/Francesca da Rimini (Opéra National du Rhin), Beethoven’s 9th Symphony and Mozart’s Requiem (Handel and Haydn Society). 

Tom is now enjoying new success as a composer with works performed in UK, Europe and US, including the Buxton and Presteigne Festivals, Lille Opera and the Broad Stage Concert Hall in Los Angeles.

Previously for Longborough: Ulisse/The Return of Ulysses (2021)