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Julian Chou-Lambert

Voice Type:

Baritone

Nationality:

British, Swiss

Country:

United Kingdom

Languages (fluent):

English, Italian, German, French, Chinese

Opera

Papageno
Die Zauberflote (Mozart)
Berlin Opera Academy
2018
1st Bass Chorus
Isabeau (Mascagni)
Opera Holland Park
2018
King Hildebrand & Mr. North Wind
The Enchanted Pig (Jonathan Dove)
Hampstead Garden Opera
2017
Papageno
The Magic Flute (in English) (Mozart)
Opera at Bearwood
2017
Various
Opera Workshops (Various)
British Youth Opera
2017
Harlekin
Ariadne auf Naxos (Strauss, R)
Royal Academy of Music - RADA Studios
2016
Figaro
Il barbiere di Siviglia (Rossini)
RAM Opera Summer School, Italy
2016
Malatesta
Don Pasquale (Donizetti)
RAM Opera Summer School, Italy
2016
Il Conte
Le nozze di Figaro (Mozart)
Royal Academy of Music
2015
Steward
Flight (Dove)
Royal Academy of Music
2015
Ipparco
L'Egisto (Cavalli)
Royal Academy of Music
2015
Nardo
La Finta Giardinera (Mozart)
Hand Made Opera
2010
Maxentius
Sursum Corda (Benjamin Cox)
West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge
2010
1st Bass Chorus
La Clemenza di Tito (Mozart)
OAE, Edward Gardner, The Barbican
2009
Marco
Gianni Schicci (Puccini)
Cambridge Summer Music Festival
2009

Art Song

Baritone soloist
Protest! New song premieres (Various)
Art of Chaos Festival, Shoreditch Town Hall
2017

Oratorio/Concerts

Bass / Baritone soloist
St John Passion (Bach)
Ely Cathedral
2018
Baritone soloist
Carmina Burana (Carl Orff)
Dartington Hall
2018
Bass / Baritone soloist
Christmas Oratorio (Bach)
Royal Leamington Spa Bach Choir
2018
Baritone soloist
Requiem (Faure)
Sheringham Choral Society
2018
Baritone soloist
Ein Deutches Requiem (Brahms)
Hurst Sinfonia, Oxford
2017
Bass / Baritone soloist
Mass in C (Beethoven)
Windsor/Eton CS + Brandenburg Sinfonia
2017
Bass / Baritone soloist
Nelson Mass (Haydn)
Windsor/Eton CS + Brandenburg Sinfonia
2017
Baritone soloist
Ein Deutches Requiem (Brahms)
Hanover Choir, London
2017
Simon - Baritone Soloist
The Seasons (Haydn)
Dartington Sinfonietta - Dartington Hall
2016
Baritone soloist
Mass in Bminor (Bach)
Stowe Opera Orchestra - Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford
2016
Bass Arias & Pilate
St John Passion (Bach)
Dartington Hall
2016
Baritone soloist
Come, Ye Sons of Art (Purcell)
Charivari Agréable
2015
Baritone soloist
Te Deum (Charpentier)
Charivari Agréable
2015
Bass / Baritone soloist
Bach Magnificat (Bach)
Charivari Agréable
2015
Bass / Baritone soloist
Coronation Mass (Mozart)
East London Chorus
2015
Bass / Baritone soloist
Missa Brevis (Kodaly)
East London Chorus
2015

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Julian Chou-Lambert - Baritone

Elizabeth Luxton Memorial Scholarship -Berlin Opera Academy (2018)

Aspinwall Trust Award (2016)

Deutsche Bank Award for Music - Runner Up (2016)

Josephine Baker Trust Award (2016)

Kathleen Trust Award (2016)

MA - Vocal Performance: Distinction
Royal Academy of Music
2014–2016
Mus B - Vocal Performance
Trinity College, Cambridge University
2009–2010
BA - Music: First Class Honours
Trinity College, Cambridge University
2006–2010

Julian began singing as a chorister in the renowned Choir of King’s College, Cambridge. He returned to Cambridge as a choral scholar at Trinity College, graduating with a first class degree in Music and a MusB in vocal studies. He continued his training at the Royal Academy of Music, completing a Masters with Distinction in vocal performance, with support from the Kathleen, Aspinwall and Josephine Baker Trusts.

Julian recently played Papageno in Die Zauberflöte for Berlin Opernfest, and the dual roles of King Hildebrand & Mr. North Wind in Dove's The Enchanted Pig for Hampstead Garden Opera. Other operatic roles include Papageno in Die Zauberflöte for Opera at Bearwood, Nardo in La Finta Giardiniera for Hand Made Opera, Sweeper of Dreams in his work The Lingerer for the ENO mini opera competition finals, Maxentius in Sursum Corda (Premiere), and Marco in Gianni Schicchi for CUOS. He has also played Il Conte (Figaro), Steward (Flight), Ipparco (L'Egisto), Harlekin (Ariadne), Figaro (Barber) and Malatesta (Don Pasquale) for RAM opera scenes in London and Italy, and has been a member of the chorus for Opera Holland Park.

Oratorio highlights include Bach St. John Passion at Ely Cathedral, Haydn Nelson Mass and Beethoven Mass in C with the Brandenburg Sinfonia, Orff Carmina Burana and Haydn The Seasons at Dartington Hall, Purcell Come Ye Sons of Art, Bach Magnificat & Charpentier Te Deum with Charivari Agréable, Bach B Minor Mass at the Sheldonian, Oxford and Vaughan Williams Five Mystical Songs and Liszt Die Seligkeiten with Trinity Choir & Stephen Layton.

Julian is a keen composer and performer of song, recently premiering new Protest songs in the Art of Chaos Festival at Shoreditch Town Hall, and recording Euchar Gravina's Maltese song-cycle for Baritone and Trombone Iż-żmien hekk jagħmel (The footprint of time). He has given recitals including Schumann Liederkreis Op. 24, Dichterliebe, Finzi Let us Garlands Bring and Debussy Romances at the Royal Academy of Music, Schumann Liederkreis Op. 38 and Fauré Mirages for Trinity College Music Society, and his own song cycle Sommerlied und Winterleid for Pembroke College Music Society.

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