Darren Jeffery



Darren Jeffery was an inaugural member of the Royal Opera Young Artists Programme and made his Royal Opera House debut in 2002 in Zeffirelli’s Tosca staging. He has performed at La Monnaie, Brussels, Teatro Real, Madrid and the Bolshoi, among others, as well as at the Salzburg, Glyndebourne and Aix-en-Provence festivals and the BBC Proms. Recent and future engagements include Kothner (Die Meistersinger) for Glyndebourne and Norwegian National Opera, Sprecher (The Magic Flute) and Monterone (Rigoletto) for ROH, the title role of Maometto II and the world premiere of Silver Birch for Garsington Opera, Doctor (Marnie) and Foreman (Jenůfa) for English National Opera, the title role of Der Fliegende Höllander and Husband (Das Wunder der Heliane) for Nationale Reisopera, Achilla (Giulio Cesare) for Opera North, Wotan (Das Rheingold) for Longborough Festival and Sacristan (Tosca) and Father Trulove (The Rake’s Progress) for the Grange Festival. Recordings include Mozart’s Requiem (2008), Falstaff (2004) and Billy Budd (2008) with the LSO, which have all received Grammy awards.

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