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Aubrey Allicock

Leporello, Don Giovanni

2023-24 Season

Making his debut with the Sacramento Philharmonic and Opera, Aubrey Allicock has been hailed by the New York Times as “sturdy”, “dynamic”, and “excellent” and continues to make his mark among important opera companies and symphonies both at home and abroad. A Grammy nominee for his participation in John Adams’s Doctor Atomic as General Groves, Mr. Allicock adds to that nominee list a BBC Music Magazine Award for Opera.

Notable roles with prominent companies include: the world première of Terence Blanchard’s Champion as Young Emile with Opera Theatre of Saint Louis with ensuing productions at Washington National Opera, Dutch National Opera, New Orleans Opera and Opéra de Montréal. Additionally he was: Mamoud in John Adams’ Death of Klinghoffer, The Metropolitan Opera; General Groves in Doctor Atomic with the BBC, Argante in Rinaldo, Glyndebourne; Tiridate in Handel’s Radamisto, Philharmonia Baroque; Escamillo in Carmen, Komische Opera Berlin; John Adams’ El Niño, Concertgebouw; Welsh National Opera in Will Todd’s Migrations; Delius’ Koanga, Wexford Festival; title role, Le nozze di Figaro, Opera Theater of Saint Louis and Seattle Opera; Yusef Salaam, Central Park Five, Portland Opera; Alberich, Das Rheingold, Virginia Opera; The Shining, Dick Hallorann, Lyric Opera Kansas City and Atlanta Opera.

On the concert stage he has soloed with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Ojai Festival, Phoenix Symphony, Bernstein’s Songfest in Carnegie Hall with Marin Alsop and the Bard Music Festival with Leon Botstein conducting.

Mr. Allicock received his Artist Diploma from The Juilliard School; M.M. from Indiana University; and, a B.M. from Grand Canyon University.

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