Australian Peter Coleman-Wright is widely considered one of the most versatile singers in the world today. His career has taken him to the great opera houses and concert halls of the world, most notably with Royal Opera Covent Garden, the Met in New York, ENO, and Paris collaborating with world-class conductors and directors.
He is a frequent guest with Opera Australia, with whom he has sung Onegin, Don Giovanni, Count Almaviva, Chorebe (Les Troyens), Orestes (Iphigénie en Tauride), Wolfram (Tannhäuser), Golaud (Pelléas et Mélisande), Germont (La Traviata), Billy Budd (MO and Green Room Awards), the title role in Sondheim’s Sweeney Todd (Helpmann Award) and the seven baritone roles in Death in Venice (Helpmann Award), Mandryka (Arabella), Pizarro, Balstrode (Peter Grimes) and Macbeth (Macbeth).
Peter has sung all over Europe most notably at La Scala Milan, La Fenice Venice, Munich, Netherlands, Paris Bastille and Garnier, Bordeaux, Geneva and Teatro Colon Buenos Aries, as well as the festivals of Bregenz and Aix-en-Provence.
His concert repertoire has taken him to Finland, Iceland, Spain, Holland, Austria, Belgium, Holland, United States and the Oman. He has performed throughout Britain with all the leading orchestras, in the major European capitals, at New York’s Carnegie and Avery Fisher Halls and is a frequent performer with the Australian Symphony Orchestras.
His engagements include Glanert’s Caligiula at the Teatro Colon and in concert at the Concertgebouw Amsterdam with the Dutch Radio Filharmonisch Orkest, the first ever performances of Britten’s Death in Venice in Moscow under Rozhdestvensky and Brett Dean’s Last Days of Socrates with both the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra (under Simone Young), Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra (under Gustavo Dudamel) and Powder Her Face (Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie and Warsaw).
Awards include an Art Music Award - Performance of the Year for The Last Days of Socrates by Brett Dean. Peter was awarded the Order of Australia Medal in the 2015 Queen's Birthday Honours. Peter also holds an Hon. Doc. from the Melbourne university.
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