CLB Management welcomes Tenor Nicholas Scott!
We are delighted to welcome the Tenor Nicholas Scott to our roster!
Praised for his ‘sonorous timbre’ and ‘remarkable diction’, (Olyrix Le Stagioni : une saison d’hiver à Semur-en-Auxois 2018) Nicholas is a British Tenor with a busy international schedule, and extensive experience in the field of Early Music.
He was a member of the 7th Edition of Les Arts Florissants’ prestigious young artist programme Le Jardin des Voix, and the 2018/19 season saw him perform at Zurich Opera in Rameau’s Hippolyte et Aricie as “Parque”, and the role of “Damon” in Acis et Galatée with Damien Guillon and Le Banquet Céleste.
Upcoming engagements include roles in Monteverdi’s L’Orfeo and Lully’s Cadmus et Hermione with the Opéra Royal Versailles, in addition to the “Evangelist”, a role for which he is greatly in demand, in the St Matthew Passion for the Dunedin Consort with Kristian Bezuidenhout in 2020.
CLB Management represents Nicholas Scott worldwide.
“Nicholas Scott, a British tenor, impressed as much with his comic timing as with his vocal qualities.”
The New York Times
“Vivaldi’s radiant aria, Care pupille, was stylishly finessed by tenor Nicholas Scott.”
“The two Handel arias [Comfort ye and Ev’ry Valley] allowed [Nicholas Scott] to deploy his sonorous timbre with remarkable diction.”
Olyrix Le Stagioni
“The lyricism of this English tenor, a member of William Christie & Les Arts Florissants, is in perfect harmony with the spirit developed by the Musicians of Saint-Julien. He manages to convey to the public an enthusiasm that leaves the audience suspended on each note.”