George Mosley, baritone. Since winning first prize at the International Mozart Competition in Salzburg, George Mosley has performed with the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden as Dancairo/Carmen; with the English National Opera as Yamadori/Madama Butterfly, Marco/Gianni Schicchi, Sportsman/Fennimore and Gerda, The Duke of Albany/Lear and Henry/The Fairy Queen; with Scottish Opera as Orlofsky/Die Fledermaus, Schaunard/La Bohème and Papageno/The Magic Flute; and with Opera North, Patroclus/King Priam and Father Wolf/Baa Baa Black Sheep, which was also broadcast on BBC Television.
His debuts in other countries have included the Teatro Comunale, Modena as Guglielmo/Così fan tutte, Il Conte/Le nozze di Figaro, and the title role in Don Giovanni; Teatro Verdi, Pisa appearing as Malatesta/Don Pasquale, Ottone/L’incoronazione di Poppea, Guglielmo, Il Conte and Dandini/La Cenerentola (also at Michigan Opera); Flanders Opera performing Patroclus; the Concertgebouw, where he sang Apollo/Alceste; and at the Athens Concert Hall where he sang Il Conte.
More recently he appeared as Count in Capriccio for the New York City Opera; in the title role in Dido and Aeneas on tour with the State Opera of Novosibirsk, in Lugo and for the Teatro Comunale di Bologna; as L’Aubergiste/Cherubin at Teatro Lirico di Cagliari (also on DVD); in Flood and L’enfant et les sortilèges in Bari and Thoas/Iphigenie en Tauride for the Beethoven Easter Festival in Warsaw; and Die Ruinen von Athen with the Dresden Symphony Orchestra. Future plans include Quince/Midsummer Night’s Dream for the Israeli Opera.