Eddie Wade

British Baritone Eddie Wade studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, and the National Opera Studio, where he was sponsored by the Royal Opera House and the Sybil Tutton Trust.

Eddie was awarded both First Prize and the Verdi/Wagner Prize at the National Mozart Competition in 1996, and in the same season made his Royal Opera House debut as the Mandarin in Turandot. He has since gone on to perform many varied roles with leading companies, including; Baron Douphol La Traviata, Fouquier-Tinville Andrea Chénier, and Indian The Bartered Bride (Royal Opera House); Prince Arjuna Satyagraha, Mereia/Lepidus Caligula (English National Opera); Sharpless Madama Butterfly, Melot Tristan und Isolde, Peter Hänsel und Gretel, Sprecher Die Zauberflöte, Starek Jenufa (Welsh National Opera); Sharpless Madama Butterfly, Title role Rigoletto (Scottish Opera); Sonora La Fanciulla del West (Opera North); Baron Douphol La Traviata (Glyndebourne Festival Opera & Glyndebourne on Tour).

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