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Alistair Sutherland was exceptionally well cast as Marullo, impressing us with a nonchalant nastiness which was every inch the bored and bitter courtier. Charlotte Valori - bachtrack.com (2014)
Baritone Alistair Sutherland as Colas is eye-wateringly funny… Francesca Wickers - fringeopera.com (2014)
Pitch-perfect Alistair Sutherland gives Figaro a boyish innocence, finding gleeful delight in manipulating his master. Blink and you miss his brilliantly witty facial expressions. Francesca Wickers -fringeopera.com (2014)
…a real stand-out for his trusty compendium of comic gestures - combining a pinch each of Niles Crane and Mr Bean - and he can sing too. Edward Bhesania - The Stage (2013)
Alistair Sutherland as the escaped political prisoner, Angelotti, provides another outstandingly fine voice and he is also a superb comedian. Theresa Roche - remotegoat.com (2013)
In this gift of a role, Alistair Sutherland uses his expressive face to the full to give an hilarious turn and solid vocal performance. Jonathan Lennie - Time Out (2013)
A baritone living and working in London Alistair has completed the MA vocal studies course at the Royal Academy of Music. He is now a pupil of Nicholas Powell.
He began with the Opera Holland Park chorus in 2010 where he was selected as as 2012 Christie Collins Young Artist performing in Gianni Schicchi. He continues to work with the company as a chorister and comprimario performing roles such as Pinellino (Gianni Schicchi) or Crébillion (La rondine). With OHPInspire Alistair performs in hospitals and carehomes and works on a variety of different education and outreach projects as a performer and facilitator.
He has worked extensively with the company OperaUpClose regularly performing Schaunard in their award winning La bohème, the title role in The Marriage of Figaro, and Dulcamara in their critically acclaimed L'elisir d'amore. Other roles include Silvio (Pagliacci) with Kentish Opera, Germano (La Scala di Seta) with Opera Alegria, and Dandini (La Cenerentola) with HighTime.
Born to a Russian mother and spending his formative years in Moscow, Alistair's recital output specialises in Russian repertoire namely the songs of Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninoff. He can also be found performing at the Blacktie Ballroom Club in Fitzroy Square working his way through the American songbook with the Art Deco orchestra.
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