Aidan Coburn


London-born tenor, Aidan Coburn, was educated at The London Oratory School, Caius College, Cambridge and The Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Having sung extensively in choirs and consorts around London and Europe, Aidan now focuses exclusively on his solo singing career, both as a recitalist and on the operatic stage. Demonstrating significant versatility as a singer, Aidan’s oratorio repertoire includes works as diverse as St John Passion, Creation, A Child of Our Time, The Kingdom, Elijah, St Nicholas, Messa di Gloria, Stabat Mater (Rossini, Dvorak) and Requiem (Verdi, Mozart). Having started his opera work in the Glyndebourne Opera Festival Chorus, Aidan has covered Pedrillo in Die Entführung aus dem Serail (Glyndebourne Festival Opera), Don Ottavio in Don Giovanni for (English Touring Opera), Don Basilio in Marriage of Figaro (GFO). Aidan created the role of Lady Macbeth in Luke Styles’ new opera, Macbeth (GFO) and at the Royal Opera House’s Linbury Theatre and played Spiridione in Il Campanello (Wexford Festival Opera), Pastore II in Ofreo (L’Arpeggiata). Aidan looks forward to touring as Mozart in Mozart and Salirei (Time Zone Theatre, Summer ’17, Beppe in Rita (West Green House Opera/Opera Rara, Summer’17), singing The Duke in Rigoletto (WFO Shortworks, Autumn ’17). Aidan studies with Julian Gavin and Raymond Connell and is represented by Helen Sykes Artists’ Management.


BILLET Théatre Verdure: aires d’opéra et symphonie orchestral under the stars, Fayence, 7 August 2018

James Lowe, direction

Chœur et Orchestre de Musique Cordiale


BILLET: Oratorio à Bargemon: Les Saisons de Haydn (en allemand) Jeudi 9 août 2018

Graham Ross, conductor
Dima Bawab, soprano
Pauline Sikirdji, mezzo-soprano
Constantin Zimmermann, counter tenor
Michael Mogl, tenor
Julian Gregory, tenor
Aidan Coburn, tenor
Adam Green, baritone
Musique Cordiale Choir & Orchestra

in collaboration with le Festival de Musique Ancienne de Callas

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