Alexander Grove

tenor

Tenor Alexander Grove, who received his initial training as a choirboy at St. Paul’s Cathedral, later graduated in vocal studies from the Royal Northern College of Music and undertook additional instruction with Nicolai Gedda in Switzerland. His current repertoire encompasses 46 operatic roles from the baroque to the present and the major oratorios, as well as various roles in musicals and operettas. He is additionally devoted to the repertoire of the art song in English. Grove has sung in the major British concert halls and opera houses, from Covent Garden to Scottish National Opera and the BBC Proms; he has worked with the London Symphony and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, as well as with such conductors as Simon Halsey, Kent Nagano, Georg Solti, and David Willcocks. He has also performed in many European countries, the United States, Japan, and Brazil.

August 2011