Stuart Haycock

Stuart Haycock


Australian-born  tenor  Stuart  Haycock  studied  voice  at  the  Sydney  Conservatorium  before completing his studies at the Royal Academy of Music in London.  Engagements have included  Lucano in The Coronation of Poppea,   Demus in Giasone,  Mole in Fantastic Mr Fox,  Giovanni d’Airein L'assedio di Calais and Captain in Simon Boccanegra  (English Touring Opera),  Don Curzio in Le nozze di Figaro  (Garsington Opera),  Bardolph in Falstaff  (Mid Wales Opera),  Goro in Madama  Butterfly  (Mid Wales Opera, New Devon Opera),  Borsa in Rigoletto and Gastone in La traviata  (Iford Arts Festival),  Parpignol in La Boheme (Longborough Festival),  Remendado in Carmen (Glastonbury), Ferrando in Cosi fan tutte  (English Chamber Opera),  Triquet in Eugene Onegin (Opera Project, Stanley Hall Opera),  Beppe in Pagliacci  (Stanley Hall Opera)  and  St Brioche in The Merry Widow  (Opera Project) .  For the English National Opera, the covers of Franz, Pittichinaccio and Cochenille in Les contes d'Hoffmann,  Kaufmann in Jacob Lenz,  Lord Lechery in The Pilgrim's Progress and Officer in Julietta.                                                           

Stuart  has  a  wide  concert  repertoire  ranging  from  Monteverdi’s  Vespers  through  to  Ramirez’s  Misa Criolla, and has appeared as guest vocalist with singer Ben Folds on his Australian orchestral tours and  the subsequent  DVD.  He  is  also a  graduate  of  the  Solti  Accademia  di  Bel  Canto  in  Italy. 

Engagements in the current season include Monostatos in The Magic Flute and Sam Sharkey in Paul Bunyan for English Touring Opera; and Volpino in The Chimney Sweep for Pinchgut Opera in Sydney.