Barnaby Beer - baritone
Barnaby Beer studied French and German at the University of Bristol, and completed the Opera Performance Diploma at the Associated Studios. He has performed various roles in G&S productions for Opera Anywhere, and also sang Don Alfonso for Felici Opera. For Windsor and Eton Opera he has performed the role of Escamillo Carmen and Count The Marriage of Figaro. Other performances include the title role in Don Giovanni for St Paul’s Opera, Il Conte Le nozze di Figaro for Dulwich Opera and Papageno The Magic Flute for St John’s Opera. He has performed the title role of Gianni Schicchi in Italy for Handmade Opera and Baron Douphol La Traviata in France with Westminster Opera Company. He has sung with the choruses of Bury Court Opera and Winslow Hall Opera. He also works with contemporary composers, creating the roles of Auctioneer The Auction, by Karl Fiorini at the Stara Zagora Opera in Bulgaria and Virmula/Jailbird in Lewis Coenen-Rowe’s Collision: a comic opera in banalities at the Grimeborn Opera Festival at the Arcola Theatre. On the concert platform Barnaby has performed numerous works, including bass soloist in Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 with the Phoenix Orchestra at St. John’s Smith Square. Away from singing, Barnaby works as a Monkey Music teacher and also works in the accounts department for HarrisonParrott. He juggles all this work whilst being a stay-at-home father to daughters Josie and Clara!
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