What’s On

May: Nick is making his Welsh National Opera debut, singing John in a new production of Peter Pan by Richard Ayres, directed by Keith Warner and conducted by Erik Nielsen on May 16th at the Wales Millenium Centre in Cardiff. Further performances in Cardiff, Birmingham and London.

Spring: Nick will be performing the role of Fernando in the first British staging of Donizetti's rare gem, Il furioso all'isola di San Domingo for English Touring Opera. Following its London premiere, there are 9 further performances throughout England during March, April and May.

15/16 season:Scottish Opera have announced their new programme, during which Nick will be performing 3 contrasting roles throughout the season, including a world premiere and a new production of The Mikado.

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Royal Opera House debut!

Nick is delighted to be making his main stage debut at Covent Garden, singing the role of John in Richard Ayres' new staging of the timeless story of Peter Pan. There are 2 performances on Friday 24th and Saturday 25th July.

Critical acclaim for Nick's portrayal of Fernando for ETO.

A strong critical reception has followed Nick's interpretation of this demanding, high-lying role, with praise coming from The Telegraph, The Times, The Gurdian, The Independent, Opera magazine, The Express, Opera Brittania, bachtrack, The Stage, broadway world, planet hugill, arts desk, what's on stage and classical source.

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“Best is Nicholas Sharratt, whose poised singing and acting put Paris's dilemmas rather than Priam's at the centre of the drama” Rupert Christiensen, The Daily Telegraph

"Nicholas Sharratt is similarly strong as Count Almaviva, with a plangent tenor capable of negotiating even "Cessa di più resistere" with pleasing ease..." John Allison, The Sunday Telegraph

“Cardenio’s brother Fernando was taken by Nicholas Sharratt who sang with a fluent tenorino, floating up to his high notes in a manner similar to Gregory Kunde in younger days or Stuart Burrows. With a softly produced acuto at the end of ‘Ah, dammi, o ciel pietoso’, this was an elegant performance that was very pleasurable to listen to.” Llŷr Carvana, Opera Britannia

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