Welcome to Jeremy's information pages
"...brought charisma and innate comic timing to the role" Opera Now
"...enjoyable characterisation and fine singing performance." Seen and Heard International
"...makes a heartwarmingly frustrated lawyer Blind, using impeccable mannerisms to evoke a much older man." Operissima
Jeremy Vinogradov studied in Australia before winning a major scholarship to the Vienna Konservatorium in Austria. He has since gained a breadth of operatic experience as a baritone for UK companies including English Touring Opera, Birmingham Opera Company, British Youth Opera, Carl Rosa and D'Oyly Carte Opera Companies, Early Opera Company, Grange Park Opera, Longborough Festival Opera, Iford Arts and Pimlico Opera.
Noted for his strong stage persona, which aided a more recent into character tenor repertoire, he sang Orlofsky Fledermaus for Opera della Luna, and played his first Gilbert and Sullivan, with the Learned Judge Trial by Jury and Joseph Porter HMS Pinafore with Heritage Opera and Opera South East, and Major General Stanley Pirates of Penzance for Opera Anywhere.
He made his operatic tenor debut as Mayor Upfold in Britten's Albert Herring with Surrey Opera, and sang Offenbach’s Orpheus and Goro Madam Butterfly with Opera South East; Goro with Lambeth Orchestra; Ringmaster The Bartered Bride with Kentish Opera; Gastone Traviata with New London Opera Players; Basilio and Curzio Le nozze di Figaro with Dulwich Opera Company. Jeremy has also sung Tisiphone in Rameau’s Hippolyte et Aricie with Linden Baroque Opera, Francis Flute A Midsummer Night’s Dream with Surrey Opera and Dr Blind in Fulham Opera’s Fledermaus.
Recent roles include Rabbit/Mrs van der Gelder in Opera della Luna's acclaimed production of Daughter of the Regiment at the Buxton Festival, Monsieur Triquet Eugene Onegin for Opera South East and Remendado Carmen for Dulwich Opera. Jeremy also sang Horace Adams Peter Grimes at the renowned Dartington International Summer School under Sian Edwards.
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