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Charne Rochford Suggest updates

Born London.

English tenor.

Charne Rochford trained in London at RAM, where he was the recipient of the MBF Sybil Tutton Award.

Operatic appearancess include Don José Carmen (Mananan Festival, Isle of Man), First Armed Man/Priest The Magic Flute (GTO, GFO and ON), Pablo Betrothal in a Monastery (GTO), Prince Love for Three Oranges (English Pocket Opera Company), Macduff (Warwick Arts), Rudolfo La bohème (Dartington), Lensky Eugene Onegin (St John's Smith Square). He sang Eisenstein Die Fledermaus for London Lyric Opera at the Cadogan Hall with the RPO, and Cavaradossi at Neuminster Abbey, Luxembourg with Opera à la Carte.

He made his first film appearance as the Officer (Priest) in The Magic Flute directed by Kenneth Branagh and conducted by James Conlon.

 

14 April 2013

Roles in Scotland

First Armed Man
Zauberflöte 2009
Luigi a stevedore, aged twenty
Tabarro 2011
Gabriele Adorno a patrician, in love with Amelia
Simon Boccanegra 2013

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