Bass Baritone Opera Star Aubrey Allicock

Bass Baritone Opera Star Aubrey Allicock

By Dmitri Allicock

Aubrey Allicock

Aubrey Allicock

Aubrey Allicock just completed a critically acclaimed run as the lead in Terence Blanchard’s Champion at the Opera Theatre of Saint Louis , United States. The buzz in the opera world is that this was a career launching performance. OUT Magazine recently ran a profile of the singer along with this amazing photograph.

Jerry Portwood writing for Out Magazine carried an article on Aubrey Allicock’s recently completed role as the young boxer Emile Griffith in the world premiere of Champion.

Aubrey Allicock, currently studying at Juilliard, is explaining his path as a young opera singer. “As a bass-baritone, I’m a baby, I’m a child!” he says, punctuating his confession with a big, hearty laugh. “I’ll probably be 40 before my voice hits its prime.”            

Despite his relative youth in his field, the 29-year-old singer has the opportunity of a lifetime this summer when he originates the role of the young boxer Emile Griffith in the world premiere of Champion (June 15–30) at Opera Theatre of St. Louis.              [ Read More:  Bass Baritone Opera Star Aubrey Allicock]

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