Alex Haigh, Tenor – Helen Sykes Artists' Management

Alex Haigh

TENOR

Alex Haigh’s repertoire includes Puccini Messa di Gloria, Verdi Requiem, Mozart Requiem, Messiah, and Bach Magnificat

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Alex Haigh, winner of The Opera Awards Foundation Bursary in 2016, read Music and Drama at Hull University where he performed, composed musical adaptations and acted as music director on several productions.

Read Alex Haigh’s full biography below.

Current Highlights

Danilo The Merry Widow 
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Concert performance of Bizet’s Te Deum with Genesis Chorale
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Concert performance of Pergolesi’s Magnificat with Putney Choral Society

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“Alex Haigh slickly took on a gallery of cameo roles.”
ANDREW CLEMENTS  THE GUARDIAN

“The young lovers [Alex] Haigh and Walsh sang with rash abandonment in the Brindisi.”
ANTHONY EVANS  PLANETHUGILL.COM

Biography

Biography

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Alex Haigh, winner of The Opera Awards Foundation Bursary in 2016, read Music and Drama at Hull University where he performed, composed musical adaptations and acted as music director on several productions.

He subsequently received a scholarship from Trinity Laban Conservatoire to complete a Masters Degree in vocal performance.  Whilst there he performed leading roles in several college opera productions including The Mayor Albert Herring, the title role of The Teacher (Weill) and scenes playing Ferrando Cosi fan tutte, Don Ottavio Don Giovanni and Tamino Die Zauberflöte.  He also created the Trinity Laban Gilbert and Sullivan Society!      

Alex Haigh subsequently studied at the Berlin Opera Academy where he performed Scaramuccio Ariadne auf Naxos.  He took part in English National Opera’s ‘Opera Works’, and participated in masterclasses organised by Opera North with Robert Tear, Sarah Connolly, Joel Efram, Dame Felicity Lott, Simon Keenlyside, and Stuart Skelton.

Alex Haigh has also performed Nemorino L’elisir d’amore, The Moon The Enchanted Pig, Messiah (Hampstead Garden Opera), staged Messiah and Verdi Requiem tours (Merry Opera), 7 roles in The Original Chinese Conjuror (Northern Opera Group), Alfredo La traviata (King’s Head), Monsieur Triquet Eugene Onegin (Opera Up Close), Narciso Il Turco in Italia (Proper Opera),  and Gamaccio in Mercadante’s Don Chisciotte alle nozze di Gamaccio (Opera Prelude at Cadogan Hall).  For The Grange Festival he covered The Mayor Albert Herring, and worked for two seasons with Grange Park Opera.

Alex Haigh has a busy concert diary.  His repertoire includes Puccini Messa di Gloria, Verdi Requiem, Mozart Requiem, Messiah, and Bach Magnificat.

Alex Haigh’s forthcoming performances include Danilo The Merry Widow and concerts of Bizet’s Te Deum with Genesis Chorale and Pergolesi’s Magnificat with Putney Choral Society.

Away from singing, Alex is a patron of the Chilterns centre, an organisation created to provide respite care for children (and their guardians) who require the highest levels of care and support.

This biography is not for publication. Please contact the office for an updated version.

Contact

Helen Sykes
+44 (0)20 8780 0060
+44 (0)7799 673367

helen@helensykesartists.co.uk

Mary Craig
+44 (0)20 8780 0060
mary@helensykesartists.co.uk

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