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Anthony Stuart Lloyd

Voice Type:





United Kingdom

Languages (fluent):

English, Welsh

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Don Basilio - The Barber of Seville - Welsh National Opera - North Wales Pioneer - "Excellent singing from Katerina Karneus as Rosina and Anthony Stuart Lloyd as Don Basilio made the whole ensemble."

Anthony Stuart Lloyd

‘a bass voice of Rolls-Royce sumptuousness’ – The Daily Telepgraph

The distinguished bass-baritone Anthony Stuart Lloyd is from Cardiff, Wales. A graduate in Hospitality Management, the bass clef chef swapped ‘a la carte’ for ‘a cappella’ after receiving a Sir Geraint Evans Scholarship, which enabled him to attend The Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, where he studied with the renowned tenor John Mitchinson and vocal coach Gerald Wragg. Whilst there, other awards and accolades soon followed including; winning, the ‘Blue Riband’ at Royal National Eisteddfod, The Morriston Orpheus Choir MOCSA Young Welsh Singers competition and the inaugural Sir Geraint Evans Memorial Prize. He is also a recipient of a National Mozart Competition prize, an Arts Council of Wales Young Welsh Singers Competition prize at St. David’s Hall, Cardiff and a Walton Foundation Award, enabling him to attend the Il Cantante Attore III course at the composer's estate ‘La Mortella’, Ischia, where he performed Don Magnifico – La Cenerentola.

Welsh National Opera, recognizing the immense potential of the young Welsh artist soon cast him in several roles, including Timur - Turandot, Bartolo - Le Nozze di Figaro, Basilio - Il Barber di Siviglia, Commendatore - Don Giovanni, Gran Sacerdote - Nabucco, Bonze - Madam Butterfly and La Voce - Idomeneo. His vocal talent drew him to the attention of continental Europe where he sang at Freiburg Opera initially where his roles included: Leporello - Don Giovanni (for which he was nominated, with special acclaim, as the best newcomer in the region in Opernwelt Jahrbuch magazine), The King of Clubs - The Love for Three Oranges, Méphistophélès - Faust, Lodovico – Otello and Selim - Il Turco in Italia and for Toulouse Capitole Opera, Mercure and Chef Greque - Les Troyens, under the baton of Michel Plasson. For the Cardiff Festival his roles include: Bartolo – Le Nozze di Figaro, Michele – Il Tabarro and Dulcamara – L’elisir d’amore. Anthony’s London West End appearances include Jacob - Joseph Amazing Technicolored Dreamcoat on Drury Lane and The Ghost of Christmas Present in the London Palladium Production of Scrooge - The Musical.

Other roles in ‘konzertant’ include: Brander - La Damnation de Faust with Kent Nagano at the helm, Chef Greque & Mercure ‘Les Troyens’ under Sir Colin Davies for The London Symphony Orchestra and created the role of Bendigeidfran in the world premier of The King of Britain’s Daughter at the Hay-on-Wye Literature Festival.

Anthony’s film and television work include: Black Bob in Benjamin Britten’s The Little Sweep (Alfresco TV), the title role of St. David/Dewi Sant (Avanti TV), Gran Sacerdote – Nabucco (BBC Network) and King of Clubs - The Love for Three Oranges (Südwestfunk). His voice features as Sparafucile in Operavox’s puppet animation of Rigoletto and in the soundtracks of the feature films ‘Twin Town’ (Figment Films) and ‘The Warrior’ (Medusa Films).

His concert platform Anthony’s performances include: A Royal Command Performance for HM The Sultan of Oman celebrating His Majesty’s 30th Jubilee with the Royal Oman Symphony Orchestra, ‘The Not Forgotten Association’ at The Tower of London, ‘The Emerging Vision’ with WNO (in the presence of the late Diana Princess of Wales), ‘Welsh National Opera’s 50th Anniversary’, Mozart Mass in C Minor and Bruckner Te Deum with The Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Beethoven Symphony No. 9 and Dvorak Te Deum with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, for the Welsh Proms, ‘A Night To Remember’ with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic at Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral, the title role in Mendelssohn's Elijah with: the National Chamber Orchestra of Wales, Gower Chorale and Farnham and Bourne Choral Society, Bach Magnificat and Mozart Requiem with the Westward Chamber Orchestra, Rossini Stabat Mater and Beethoven Mass in C for the Royal National Eisteddfod, broadcast on S4C TV and world premieres of Eric Jones’s three ‘Great Is The Story’ cantatas: The Nativity, The Appearance and The Fulfilment with the Landsker Singers.

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