Biography
Bass

Alan Ewing has sung for the Royal Opera, Covent Garden, ENO, WNO, Netherlands Opera, Berlin Staatsoper, Zurich, Karlsruhe, Strasbourg, Opera National de Lorraine Nancy, Lille, Nantes, Opera Colorado and at the Festivals of Salzburg, Lucerne, Aldeburgh, Maggio Musicale and New Zealand in a wide repertoire including Osmin, Sarastro, Ochs, Bartok’s Bluebeard, Rocco, Ferrando IL TROVATORE, Sparafucile, Leporello, Kutuzov WAR AND PEACE, Fafner, Polyphemus ACIS AND GALATAEA and the title role in SWEENEY TODD.

Alan Ewing began his career much in demand by the world of Renaissance and Baroque Music with concerts for Sir Roger Norrington, Philip Pickett, Andrew Parrott, Paul McCreesh, Marc Minkowski and Les Musiciens du Louvre, and William Christie and Les Arts Florissants. Other conductors for whom he has worked subsequently include Sir Colin Davis, Steuart Bedford, Richard Hickox, Christian Curnyn, Jean-Claude Malgoire and Sir Antonio Pappano.

Recent engagements included Cardinal KING ROGER, Garden and Caretaker 2, Policeman 3, Gentleman 5, Respectable Lady’s Son 1 and Kovalyov’s acquaintance 3 in the new production of THE NOSE, and 2nd Soldier SALOME at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Gremin EUGENE ONEGIN and Hunding in the new production of DIE WALKÜRE in the inaugural season of Grange Park Opera, THE NOSE for Komische Oper, Berlin, Claudio AGRIPPINA for Irish Youth Opera in Dublin and Lady Bracknell in Gerald Barry’s THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST at the Barbican and the Rose Theatre New York for the Royal Opera, POWDER HER FACE at the Arriaga Theatre, Bilbao, Bottom A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM at the Performing Arts Centre, Hyogo and DREAM OF GERONTIUS for BBC Symphony Orchestra at Barbican Hall.

Engagements in 2018/19 season include Nettuno IL RITORNO D’ULISSE IN PATRIA at Kilkenny Arts Festival with Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin conducted by Christian Curnyn, Bosun BILLY BUDD and Frontier Guard BORIS GODUNOV for Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, and concert with London Sinfonietta at Queen Elizabeth Hall. Future performances include a return to the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden and his debut at La Scala, Milan.