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Timothy Connor – Baritone

Timothy ConnorTimothy Connor was born in Northern Ireland and studied at Trinity College of Music and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama with John Evans. His operatic roles include Hel Helson, Paul Bunyan, Title Role Le Nozze di Figaro, Vicar Albert Herring, Maurrant Street Scene, Gaoler and Sacristan Tosca.

He made his Barbican debut in Iain Burnside’s A Soldier and Maker and recently appeared with the Orion Orchestra at Cadogan Hall. Timothy sang with Graham Johnson in a Recital of ‘Winterreise’ as part of his Series ‘Cycles in Tandem’ at the Guildhall School. Last year, as a Christine Collin’s Young Artist, he made his Opera Holland Park solo stage debut in a special production of Gianni Schicchi and played Leporello in Don Giovanni with MidWales Opera Young Artists.

After his recent move to Berlin, Timothy sang in ‘MauerKlänge’ with Kiez Oper as part of the Berlin-Leuctet Festival. He is grateful to the generous support from Serena Fenwick, John and Carol Wates, the Worshipful Company of Environmental Cleaners, the Kathleen Trust and the Concordia Foundation. He received the MBF Postgraduate Performance Award for 2012/13.

Timothy is a Les Azuriales Opera Festival Young Artist and joins the International Opera School at the Royal College of Music in September 2014.

Find out more about Timothy here.