Introducing… Tristan Hambleton

We have an amazing line up of soloists performing at our next concert, Stabat Mater.

➡️9th December, 7.30pm

➡️West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge

Tickets are available HERE

First of our four soloists is bass, Tristan Hambleton. No stranger to Cambridge, Tristan read Art History at St John’s College Cambridge University and Heidelberg Universität. He then studied singing at the Royal Academy of Music London.

Recent and Future engagements include Envy and High Priest in The Indian Queen at Operá de Lille, Théâtre de Caen, Vlaamse Opera Antwerp and Grand Théâtre de Luxembourg with Emmanuel Haïm and Le Concert d’Astree, Marchese d’Obigny in La Traviata for Opéra de Bordeaux and Madman/Witness 3 in Lessons in Love and Violence with George Benjamin and the Mahler Chamber Orchestra in a tour of Germany, Father Truelove in The Rake’s Progress with Barbara Hannigan and the Swedish Chamber Orchestra and King Priam in Les Troyens with the Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique at the Berlin Philharmonie and the BBC Proms.

In new productions Tristan has created Tom in Un Ballo in Maschera with Sir David Pountney and Carlo Rizzi for Welsh National Opera, Karl in the world premiere of David Bruce’s Nothing for Glyndebourne, Marullo in Rigoletto and Angelotti in Tosca for Oliver Mears’ productions at Nevill Holt Opera and Hermann Ortel in the Hallé’s concert performance of Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg with Sir Mark Elder.

Concert engagements include Mozart’s Requiem with the Hallé, Haydn Theresienmesse and Elgar The Apostles with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, St Matthew Passion with the Academy of Ancient Music, Messiah and St John’s Passion with the Hanover Band, Handel’s Solomon with the London Mozart Players, Purcell Verse Anthems and with Le Banquet Céleste and Locke’s Pysche with Ensemble Correspondances at the Cologne Philharmonie.