Benjamin Bevan

Lescaut Boulevard Solitude
Roderick Usher The Fall of the House of Usher

Benjamin Bevan won a scholarship to study at the Guildhall School of Music
and Drama and made his international debut in La Cenerentola (Lausanne
Opera). He made his UK debut as Marcello La bohème at Scottish Opera,
where further engagements include Fleville / Fouquier-Tinville Andrea Chenier
under Sir Richard Armstrong, Moralès Carmen, Riccardo I Puritani and Lescaut
Manon. Benjamin took the roles of Lane and Merriman in the European
premiere of Gerald Barry’s opera The Importance of Being Earnest, conducted
by Thomas Adès (Barbican Hall, London). Recent engagements include
Henry Cuffe in Richard Jones’ acclaimed production of Gloriana at ROH
Covent Garden; Pontius Pilate in a new staging of Bach’s Johannes Passion
(Nationale Reisopera, Netherlands) and Speaker The Magic Flute (Garsington
Opera). Future plans include Roderick Usher in Usher House by Getty (Welsh
National Opera) and Sprecher Die Zauberflöte (ROH). On the concert platform
this season Benjamin will sing the St Matthew Passion for Bach Collegium
Japan in Tokyo; Handel’s Messiah for The English Concert; Handel’s Israel
in Egypt for The London Handel Festival and Bach’s Mass in B minor for The
Three Choirs Festival.