Oliver Dunn biography - Cantores OEC 2022

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.Oliver Dunn - Biography
Oliver Dunn was born in Kent and studied at the Royal Northern College of Music‚ the Royal Academy of Music‚ and the National Opera Studio‚ where he was supported by the Lionel Anthony Charitable Trust. Awards include the 2011 Glyndebourne Donald A Anderson Prize‚ an Independent Opera Scholarship‚ and numerous awards at the RAM and the RNCM.

On the concert platform he has appeared extensively across Britain with a variety of orchestras and ensembles including The Hallé‚ The Hanover Band and Manchester Camerata. Oratorio performances include Mozart’s Vesperae Solennes de Confessore‚ Bach St Matthew Passion (Christus) and St John Passion (Christus and Pilate)‚ Mendelssohn Elijah‚ Handel Messiah‚ Haydn Nelson Mass‚ Rossini Petite Messe Solennelle‚ Puccini Messa di Gloria‚ Purcell King Arthur and Karl Jenkins’ The Armed Man‚ conducted by the composer.

Oliver is sang for four years as a soloist with Cantores Oecumenica and although he has retired from professional singing he is now Deputy Company Manager at Glyndebourne.

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