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John Findon
John Findon


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About John

John Findon is currently a 2022/23 Harewood Artist at English National Opera and was a semi-finalist at Operalia 2023.

This 2023/24 season John makes his debut at Bayerische Staatsoper for 1st Armed Man and 2nd Priest (Die Zauberflöte), returns to the English National Opera for Bob Boles and cover of the title role in Peter Grimes, Luke (The Handmaid’s Tale) and Steva (Jenůfa) at English National Opera, before spending the summer at Glyndebourne Festival for 1st Armed Man/2nd Priest (Die Zauberflöte) and cover Melot (Tristan und Isolde).

On the concert platform this season, John will debut with the BBC Symphony Orchestra for Luigi Nono’s Canti di vita e d’amore with conductor Martyn Brabbins, Ulster Orchestra for Dvořák’s Stabat Mater with conductor Jac van Steen and will make a studio recording with the BBC Philharmonic.

Last season saw John make his debut at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden as The Fool in a new Deborah Warner production of Wozzeck under the baton of Antonio Pappano. He returned to the English National Opera for roles including Spoletta (Tosca), Mime and cover Loge (Das Rheingold) and cover Paul (Die tote Stadt). He also returned to Garsington Opera to sing the role of Vašek (The Bartered Bride) and cover the role of Bacchus (Ariadne auf Naxos). On the concert platform, John performed with the London Philharmonic Orchestra under Edward Gardner, the London Chamber Orchestra and at Blackheath Halls.

John is based in Sussex, United Kingdom
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23/24 Season Highlights

Sep 2023 - Oct 2023
English National Opera
Britten Peter Grimes (Bob Boles and cover Peter Grimes) Martyn Brabbins (conductor)
Dec 2023
Bayerische Staatsoper, Munich
Mozart Die Zauberflöte (First Armoured Man and Second Priest) Lothar Koenigs (conductor)
Mar 2024
English National Opera, London
Janacek Jenůfa (Steva) Keri-Lynn Wilson (conductor)