Alistair Sutherland

Baritone

Photo credit: HighTime Productions

Biography

A baritone living and working in London Alistair has completed the MA vocal studies course at the Royal Academy of Music. He is now a pupil of Nicholas Powell.

He began with the Opera Holland Park chorus in 2010 where he was selected as as 2012 Christie Collins Young Artist performing in Gianni Schicchi. He continues to work with the company performing small roles and covers. Recently he has worked with OHP Inspire performing The Pirate King (Pirates of Penzance) as part of their outreach programme.

He has worked extensively with the company OperaUpClose recently performing the title role in The Marriage of Figaro, Schaunard in their award winning La bohème, and Dulcamara in their critically acclaimed L'elisir d'amore.

Alistair works with Freathy Tippet as an associate artist, devising and performing new works. He receives coaching in acting and movement from company director Julie Osman. As a recitalist Alistair works regularly with Horacio López Redondo performing a variety of repertoire from Tchaikovsky to Peter Dickinson.

Future plans include a return to Opera Holland Park, Dandini (Cenerentola) with HighTime at the Belgrade Theatre in Coventry and the reprisal of several roles with OperaUpClose as they tour regional theatres across the UK.

Upcoming Dates


Crébillon/ Rabonnier (La Rondine)
with Opera Holland Park

Opera Holland Park, London
1st - 23rd June 2017

Schaunard (La Bohème)
with OperaUpClose

Rhodes Bishop's Stortford
2nd September 2017

Schaunard (La Bohème)
with Euphonia Studio

Milligan Theatre
23rd and 30th September 2017

Sam (Trouble in Tahiti)
with Stage Left Project

St Leonard's Kino Teatr
25th, 26th, 27th October 2017

Sam (Trouble in Tahiti)
with Stage Left Project

The Picture House, Uckfield
22nd November 2017

Tom Thumb Theatre, Margate
24th November 2017

The Kino, Rye
26th November 2017

Reviews


In this gift of a role Alistair Sutherland uses his expressive face to the full to give an hilarious turn and solid vocal performance - Jonathan Lennie: Time Out

...a real stand-out for his trusty compendium of comic gestures - combining a pinch each of Niles Crane and Mr Bean - and he can sing too. - Edward Bhesania: The Stage

Alistair Sutherland was exceptionally well cast as Marullo, impressing us with a nonchalant nastiness which was every inch the bored and bitter courtier. - Charlotte Valori: bachtrack.com

Pitch-perfect Alistair Sutherland gives Figaro a boyish innocence, finding gleeful delight in manipulating his master. Blink and you miss his brilliantly witty facial expressions. - Francesca Wickers fringeopera.com

Alistair Sutherland as the escaped political prisoner, Angelotti, provides another outstandingly fine voice and he is also a superb comedian - Theresa Roche: remotegoat.com

Baritone Alistair Sutherland as Colas is eye-wateringly funny - Francesca Wickers: fringeopera.com

Contact Details

Please feel free to get in touch...

Phone me on: 07734 236 378

Email alisuth@hotmail.com