Stephen Gadd

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Stephen Gadd

Stephen Gadd (born 1964 in Berkshire, South East England) is an English operatic baritone.

He graduated in Engineering from St. John's College, Cambridge and then studied at the Royal Northern College of Music, under Patrick McGuigan. He was a finalist in Operalia, (Plácido Domingo's international singing competition), and among other numerous awards he won the 1990 Kathleen Ferrier Memorial Scholarship. He has performed the title role in Macbeth at the Glyndebourne Festival, and Conte Almaviva in Le nozze di Figaro for the Salzburger Festspiele.

In 1998 he sang in the premiere of Clara by Hans Gefors at the Opéra-Comique in Paris (Lucio).[1]

Selected discography[edit]


  1. ^ Programme book for Opéra-Comique production of Clara, 1998-1999 season, cast-list, page 9.
  • Cummings, David (ed), International Who's who in Music and Musicians' Directory: Classical and Light Classical Music, Routledge, 2000, p. 217. ISBN 0-948875-53-4
  • Kathleen Ferrier Award Winners
  • Norris, Geoffrey, "Ticciati: music that bristles" (review of Claire Rutter and Stephen Gadd joint recital at the Queen Elizabeth Hall), The Daily Telegraph, April 30, 2008. Accessed 10 January 2009.
  • Hall, George, "Macbeth" (review of Stephen Gadd in Glyndebourne's production), The Stage, 15 October 2007. Accessed 10 January 2009.

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