2006 Handel Singing Competition Winner
SUNDAY 8TH OCTOBER - 3PMGREAT MALVERN PRIORY
AN ENGLISH SONG RECITAL
Nathan Vale was born in Stourbridge and made his London debut in September 2003 at St John's Smith Square singing Benjamin Britten's Les Illuminations.
Recent concert performances include, Evangelist and arias in Bach's Weinachts Oratorium for the Aarhus Symphony Orchestra under Harry Christophers. Evangelist in Bach's St John Passion in St Paul's Cathedral, Lichfield Cathedral and St Martin in the Fields, Handel's Messiah under Sir David Wilcocks in the Royal Albert Hall, Monteverdi Vespers in Canterbury Cathedral, Beethoven's Mass in C with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra in the Usher Hall Edinburgh, and Haydn's Creation with Stephen Cleobury and the Philharmonia Choir and Orchestra in the Royal Albert Hall.
A finalist in the Young Song Makers Almanac and recent winner of the AESS English Song Competition, Nathan is increasingly in demand as a recitalist. He has given song recitals for the Housman and Gurney Societies, a recital to celebrate the life of Eric Sams alongside Dame Felicitty Lott and pianist Graham Johnson, and most recently a recording of English Song with pianist Paul Plummer for SOMM records.
Operatic engagements include, Pedrillo in Die Enfürung Aus Dem Serail for Surrey Opera, Dr Blind in Die Fledermaus for the Benjamin Britten Opera School, and the role of Nencio in Haydn's Le Infidelta Deluza for Bampton Cassical Opera.
Nathan studies with Ryland Davies at the Royal College of Music where he is the Peter Pears Scholar. He is very grateful to the Elmley Foundation, the Countess of Munster Trust and the Musicians Benevolant Fund for their continuing support.
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