2014/15 Candidates

Aubrey Allicock


Carnegie Hall Date: Dec 4, 2014

Aubrey Allicock continues to make his mark among important companies both at home and abroad. He recently made his Glyndebourne debut as Argante in Rinaldo and makes his Metropolitan Opera debut as Mamound in The Death of Klinghoffer. He reprises his roles in Steven Stucky’s The Classical Style at Carnegie’s Zankel Hall having premièred the work at the Ojai Festival in June. Upcoming engagements include: Angelotti (Tosca) with Seattle Opera, and a return in the title role of Figaro (Le nozze di Figaro); Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra; and a debut with the Komische Oper Berlin as Escamillo (Carmen). In the 2010-2011 he covered the roles of Astarotte (Armida) and Marullo (Rigoletto) with the Metropolitan Opera and was reëngaged with the Opera Theatre of St. Louis in the role debut of Mamoud in The Death of Klinghoffer. He was later invited to debut at Lincoln Center with the Juilliard Opera for the U.S. première of Peter Maxwell Davies’ Kommilitonen! as the Grand Inquisitor. Subsequently, he entered the Artist Diploma program at The Juilliard School where he was feature in the roles of the Forester (The Cunning Little Vixen) and Tiridate (Radamisto). He returned to Opera Theatre of Saint Louis the following season as the Mad Hatter and Duck in the U.S. première of Unsuk Chin’s Alice in Wonderland and returned for the world première of Terence Blanchard’s Champion in the role of Young Emile Griffith, the world-renowned prizefighter. He holds degrees from Grand Canyon University, Indiana University and The Juilliard School.

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Warner Music Prize candidates receive a rave review in The New York Times for “The Classical Style: An Opera (Of Sorts)” at Carnegie Hall

On December 4th, five Warner Prize candidates took the stage at Carnegie Hall for the New York premiere of Steven Stucky’s The Classical Style: An Opera (Of Sorts) to much critical acclaim. Bravo to “the rich-voiced mezzo-soprano Rachel Calloway”, “the robust tenor Dominic Armstrong”, “the dynamic bass-baritone Aubrey Allicock”, “a More

Five Warner Prize Candidates appear in the New York premiere of “The Classical Style: An Opera (of Sorts)” at Carnegie Hall on Dec. 4

Five Warner Prize candidates will appear in the New York premiere of Steven Stucky’s The Classical Style: An Opera (Of Sorts) at New York’s Carnegie Hall. The sold-out performance includes Warner Prize candidates Jennifer Zetlan, Rachel Calloway, Peabody Southwell, Dominic Armstrong, and Aubrey Allicock, conducted by Robert Spano, who leads The Knights. Read Vivien Schweitzer More