Alex Haigh as Alfredo has a strong voice, and brings a smart portrayal of this objectionable character
The young lovers Haigh and Walsh sang with rash abandonment in the Brindisi
with only the music of the harpist, percussionist and Haigh’s sweet-sounding voice, the audience travelled to a serene and tranquil lake with the bright moon’s light reflecting on the water
Alex Haigh slickly took on a gallery of cameo roles
Alex started his musical education in Hull University reading Music and Drama. Following this, he has studied with TrinityLaban conservatoire (Masters in Vocal Performance), trained with the Associated Studios in Hammersmith, ENO’s ‘Opera Works’ and The Berlin Opera Academy. He performs regularly as an opera singer, oratorio artist, consort singer and coaches vocal groups as an animateur. He works alongside the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain, The Bach Choir, London Youth Choir and Grange Park Opera as an outreach workshop facilitator.
Alex is a Patron of The Chilterns Centre, an organisation dedicated to providing respite care for children and young adults in need of 24 hour support. He is a lecturer and performer with Opera Prelude, as well as leading their outreach team; organising and delivering concerts in care homes.
On stage, he has worked with Grange Park Opera, The Grange Festival, Merry Opera, Kentish Opera, Guildford Opera, Fulham Opera, Kings Head Theatre and Hampstead Garden Opera to name a few. Future plans include Hervey in Longborough Festival Opera’s ‘Anna Bolena’ in June. He has a cockapoo companion called Barney, whose high notes Alex continues to be inspired by.
Alex is represented by Helen Sykes Artists’ Management
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