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Adam Sulllivan TENOR
Adam is currently a Masters student at the Guildhall School of Music and drama where he studies with Theresa Goble. Recently, he has been engaged in notable projects such as: Unknown Doors / A Soldier and a Maker, a piece written and devised by Iain Burnside which premiered in the Barbican Centre in April 2014; a series of Schumann recitals devised and introduced by Graham Johnson at GSMD and Wigmore Hall; and has appeared at the National Theatre in Jonathan Miller’s production of Bach’s St. Matthew Passion. Adam has also recently appeared alongside Exaudi at Kings Place, The Barbican Centre, and The Courtauld Gallery.
Adam has taken the role of Father Christmas in Birtwistle’s operatic mummers play, Down by Greenwood Side, and the role of Friendly Sentry in Martinu’s Comedy on the Bridge at GSMD. Adam completed a run of a new commission by Julian Philips How the Whale Became for the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, where he initially covered and then took over the role toward the end of the run.
Future plans include Peter Quint for Lyric Productions, a recorded play with music for BBC Radio 3, recitals for the Oxford Lieder Festival, and - in 2015 - a return to The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, where he will sing chorus in Wagner’s Der fliegender Holländer. Adam also returns to Garsington Opera this year and will sing the roles of American and 2nd Player in Britten’s Death in Venice, and cover the role of Stroh in Strauss’ Intermezzo.