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NICKY SPENCE

Having studied at the Guildhall School and National Opera Studio, Nicky Spence took an inaugural place as a Harewood Artist at English National Opera. Following successes with ENO, Welsh and Scottish Opera, and Opera North, he has gone on to win international acclaim performing at houses such as La Monnaie, Oper Frankfurt, De Nederlandse Opera, New Zealand Opera and the Metropolitan Opera, New York. In concert he sings regularly with some of the finest orchestras and enjoys successful collaboration in recital internationally. His song discography includes première works by Alun Hoddinott with Andrew Matthews-Owen, Benjamin Britten song cycles and a recital disc of Shakespeare Songs with Malcolm Martineau, Hugo Wolf Lieder for Oxford Lieder Live and a disc of chamber works by Mark-Anthony Turnage.

Role: Classical Artist 
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