Lyric tenor Luke Churchill is a graduate of the Royal College of Music studying under the tutelage of Tim Evans-Jones. Luke’s recent operatic roles includes the role Acacis in New Sussex Opera production of Purcell’s Indian queen, Fenton, Falstaff Act 2; Scene 2 (AIMS); Farando, Cosi fan tutte Act 1 & 2 finales (AIMS) ; Acis, Acis & Galatea, with Heber Opera Productions. Paolino, Il matrimonio segreto Act 1; Scene 2 (RCM); Alfred, Die Fledermaus Act 1 finale (RCM); Marco, The Gondoliers extracts from Act 1 (RCM); Count Ory, Le Comte Ory Act 2 finale (AIMS); Belmonte, Die Entfuhrung Aus dem Serail Act 2 Quintet (AIMS). First Yeoman, Yeomen of the Guard (Oxbridge Opera; Buxton Opera house) Luke’s recent oratorio engagements include the tenor solos in The Fairy Queen, Purcell (East Sussex Bach Choir; Conductor John Hancorn); The Crucifixion, John Stainer; L’Allegro, Il Pensieroso ad Il Moderato, Handel (Sussex Chorus; Conductor: Neil Jenkins); Messa Di Gloria, Pucinni (Conductor: Brian Kay); Nelson Mass, Haydn (Sussex Chorus).
Luke was involved in the 1st recording of Terry Davies’ score for Matthew Bourne’s Lord of the Flies ballet (Theatre Royal, Glasgow) and has performed in numerous recitals and concerts; repertoire includes: English song from Quilter, Vaughn-Williams, Finzi, Ireland, Britten. Lieder from Schubert, Schumann, Strauss and melodie from Hahn, Dupac, Poulenc. Luke has twice attended the AIMS International Music School as a bursary student (awarded by SOBS: Sussex Opera and Ballet Society), participating in various master classes given by Eugene Asti, Ian Partridge and David Wilson-Johnson.
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