A Choral Scholar at Clare College Cambridge, reading Modern and Medieval Languages, British tenor Alessandro Fisher (33) then studied at London’s Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
He made his Salzburg Festival debut as Lucano, L’Incoronazione di Poppea and has appeared at Garsington, Glyndebourne, The Grange Festival and London’s Royal Opera. In concert he has appeared with the BBC Orchestras and the Netherlands Radio Philharmonic, as well as in recital at Cheltenham, North Norfolk and Oxford Lieder Festivals and Wigmore Hall.
Future engagements include Osvaldo in Mercadante’s Il Proscritto for Opera Rara, Mendelssohn Elias at the Badisches Staatstheater Klagenfurt, Monteverdi Vesperae della beate Vergine with La Nuova Musica, Vaughan Williams On Wenlock Edge with the BBC Philharmonic and Kurt Weill The Seven Deadly Sins with the London Symphony Orchestra.
In addition to his BBT Fellowship, Fisher is an Associate Artist of The Mozartists and a former BBC New Generation Artist (2018-2021). He won First Prize at the 2016 Kathleen Ferrier Awards.
Photographs by Gerard Collett