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Audun Iversen



Audun Iversen in action.
Audun Iversen in Manon, The Royal Opera © ROH/Bill Cooper, 2014

Norwegian baritone Audun Iversen made his Royal Opera debut in 2011 as Albert (Werther). He has since returned to The Royal Opera to sing Marcello (La bohème) and Lescaut (Manon).

Iversen started singing at the age of 22. He began his career in musical theatre, and went on to study classical singing in Oslo, at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy in Leipzig and at the Royal Danish Opera Academy, Copenhagen. In 2007 he was a finalist in the International Hans Gabor Belvedere Singing Competition. He was a principal artist for the Royal Danish Opera 2008–09 and in 2010 made his UK debut as Don Giovanni with Glyndebourne on Tour.

Iversen’s engagements since have included Eugene Onegin for English National Opera, the Bolshoi and in Copenhagen, the Protector (Written on Skin) for the Vienna Festwochen and in Florence, Figaro (Il barbiere di Siviglia) and Marcello in San Francisco, Count Almaviva (Le nozze di Figaro) for Deutsche Oper Berlin and Glyndebourne Festival and Sharpless (Madama Butterfly) in Copenhagen and for Rome Opera.


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Sky Arts set to broadcast seven ROH productions during autumn 2015

24 August 2015
Sky Arts set to broadcast seven ROH productions during autumn 2015

A number of recent Royal Opera and Royal Ballet productions will be shown on Sky Arts over the coming months.