Welsh tenor Alex Vearey-Roberts is a graduate of the Royal College of Music’s International Opera School as well as a physics graduate from the University of Aberystwyth.

Alex will be touring with English Touring Opera this spring as a member of the ensemble, creating the role of Darrell in Hepplewhite’s Silver Electra and covering the role of Duke in Patience. Alex has previously worked with English Touring Opera- performing the role of Mikhael in the children’s opera: Laika the Spacedog and covering the roles of Pylades (Iphigenie en Tauride) and Ghino (Pia de Tolomei).

Alex performed the title role in Fortunio for Grange Park Opera and covered the role of Lensky in Eugene Onegin. He also sang Nemorino in the critically acclaimed production of The Elixir of Love at the King’s Head Theatre with the Olivier award winning company Opera upClose at the Kings Head Theatre and on tour. Alex toured Wales as Lensky with Opra Cymru‘s Welsh translation of Eugene Onegin and appeared as Nemorino in L’Elisir D’Amore at the Ravenna Festival in Italy with Opera UpClose. Also, he has appeared as one of the soloist Ragazzi at the Royal Opera House for the Opera Rara recording of Linda di Chamounix. Other roles performed include: Contino Belfiore – La Finta Giardiniera, Vasek – The Bartered Bride, Tom Snout – A Midsummer Night’s Dream at RCMIOS and Don Jose – Carmen for CoOpera.

The recipient of the Audience Prize at the London Welsh’s Welsh Singer of the Year, Alex has also appeared as a finalist in the Lez Azuriales Singers competition in Nice, Towyn Roberts Scholarship, MOCSA Young Welsh Singer Competition and Llangollen International Eisteddfod.

Alex has appeared as a soloist at the Anghiarri FestivalLes Azuriales Festival, Brangwyn Hall – Swansea Festival and the Ravenna Festival.

Alex was chosen by Mirella Freni to appear in her Masterclass course at CUBEC in Modena Italy and he has also appeared in masterclasses with Sarah Walker, Phillip Langridge, Robert Tear, Brindley Sherratt, Janis Kelly, Sally Burgess, Roger Vignoles.