The young British tenor Benjamin Hulett was a choral scholar at New College, Oxford, and also studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. He was a soloist at the Hamburg State Opera from 2005 to 2009 and has achieved great success in lyric rôles from Tamino (Die Zauberflöte) and Ferrando (Così fan tutte) to Steuermann (Die Fliegende Holländer) and Novice (Billy Budd). He made his début at the Bavarian State Opera in Munich in Handel’s Alcina, at Theater an der Wien in the world première of Johannes Kalitzke‘s Die Besessennen, at the Baden Baden Festspielhaus in Salome, Salzburger Festspiele in Elektra, at Buxton Opera Festival in Lortzing’s Der Wildschütz, at Opera Rennes in Rossini’s La pietra del paragone, and for Grange Park Opera as Ferrando. He has returned to Hamburg as Tamino and Narraboth (Salome). He made his début with Opera North as Peter Quint (The Turn of The Screw) and with the Berlin State Opera as Hippolyt in Henze’s Phaedra. He has worked with leading conductors in the concert hall and is also in demand as a recitalist. He has a number of recordings to his credit.