Tenor Peter Auty

Peter Auty is established as one of Britain’s leading tenors. Following his professional debut at Opera North, Peter went on to become a company principal at the Royal Opera House, where he has since returned as a guest artist in the roles of Malcolm Macbeth and Arturo Lucia di Lammermoor.

Recent highlights include Pinkerton Madama Butterfly and Laca Klemeň Jenufa for Welsh National Opera, Paul Die tote Stadt for Longborough Festival Opera, Roberto Le Villi at Opera Holland Park, Canio Pagliacci with Opera Ensemble at Iford Arts, and Riccardo in Verdi’s Oberto with Chelsea Opera Group. Des Grieux Manon Lescaut (The Grange Festival); Don José Carmen (Welsh National Opera); Johnson The Girl of the Golden West (RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra); the title role in Puccini’s Edgar (Scottish Opera and at Konzerthaus Berlin); and critically acclaimed performances of Canio Pagliacci with Opera Ensemble in London and at The Grange Festival and Longborough Festival Opera.

In the 2022-23 season he sings the title role in Frachetti’s Asrael at Opera Bonn and will be the tenor soloist in Beethoven’s 9th Symphony with the Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Danny Driver. He will also return to Scottish Opera to perform a series of Verdi Opera Gala concerts.