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Timothy Connor – Baritone

Timothy Connor - BaritoneTimothy Connor (b. 1987) is from Northern Ireland and studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and Trinity College of Music and has just graduated from the Royal College of Music’s International Opera School. He Continues to learn with Brindley Sherratt.

His operatic roles include Sid (Albert herring) Papageno (Die Zauberflöte) Licaone (Giove in Argo) Hel Helson (Paul Bunyan) Title Role (Le Nozze di Figaro) Vicar (Albert Herring) and Peter (Hänsel & Gretel).

He has worked with Lawrence Cummings, Michael Rosewell, Peter Robinson, Bill Banks -Jones, Liam Steele and Will Kerley. Timothy has shared the stage with Dame Kiri Te Kanawa and Sir Thomas Allen as Frank in John Copley’s production of Die Fledermaus. He made his Barbican debut in Iain Burnside’s A Soldier and Maker and has recently performed in a recital of Schubert’s Winterreise with Roger Vignoles. Timothy has enjoyed working in masterclass with Ed Gardner, Natalie Dessay, Jonathan Lemalu, Laurent Naouri, Susan Bullock and Malcolm Martineau.

Timothy is a Britten-Pears Young Artist (ENOA) and was recipient of a HelpMusicians Postgraduate Performance Award. He is a Les Azuriales Young artist and winner of the Kerry-Keane Award for young singer and finalist in the Lies Askonas Prize 2016.

Plans include engagements with Scottish Opera with Oliver Platt and Phelim McDermott, English Touring Opera (Angelotti in Tosca) and recitals with Simon Lepper on the International Artist Platform and Nigel Foster in the London Song Festival.