Recognized for his "ringing, present sound" and "rich, flexible, baritone", British-Canadian Alexander Dobson has been praised for his musicality and dramatic awareness on both opera and concert stages. Some roles include the title roles in Wozzeck and Don Giovanni, as well as Guglielmo (Così Fan Tutte), Belcoré (L’elisir d’amore), Ned Keene (Peter Grimes), The Count (The Marriage of Figaro), and Marcello (La Bohème), Alexander has appeared with conductors such as Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Trevor Pinnock, Nic McGegan and Paul Goodwin; on the stages of L'Opéra du Montréal, Opera Ontario, Milwaukee’s Florentine Opera, Calgary Opera, Opera Lafayette, Royal Opera House Covent Garden and with the Toronto Symphony, Cleveland Orchestra, Orchestre Métropolitain, Montreal Symphony Orchestra, Philadelphia Orchestra, National Arts Centre Orchestra, Tafelmusik and Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra. Recent engagements include World Premiere of The Night Falls by Ellis Ludwig-Leone with Ballet Collective, Handel's Messiah in New York, Jacksonville and Halifax, Escamillo in Carmen with the Kitchener Waterloo Symphony and Pulcinella with Artis Naples, Florida, Raimbaud in Edmonton Opera's production of Rossini's Le Comte Ory, Against Nature with Citadel and Compagnie and Il Conte in Le Nozze di Figaro with Florentine Opera and Das Lied von der Erde with the Ontario Philharmonic, Upcoming engagements include Winterreise with Société d'art vocal, St. Matthew Passion with both the St. Louis Bach Society and Peterborough Singers, Angel's Bone with Loose Tea Opera and Beethoven 9 with the Hamilton Philharmonic.
More information can be found about Alexander at schwalbeandpartners.com/alexander-dobson-baritone.
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