Bio: Adrian Dwyer made his professional debut in Los Angeles as Rodolfo in Baz Luhrmann’s production of La Bohème, receiving an LA Stage Alliance “Ovation” Award, and has since been engaged by companies including English National Opera, De Nederlandse Opera, Opéra de Toulon, Scottish Opera, Edinburgh International Festival, Opera North, Cape Town Opera, Birmingham Opera, Opera Queensland, Northern Ireland Opera, Opera Ireland, and Opera Theatre Company, and with all of the major UK Festival Companies. The 2017-18 season sees him make important role debuts as Florestan Fidelio, Andrei Khovansky Khovanschina (Welsh National Opera), and Max Der Freischutz, as well as reprising his celebrated portrayal of Electrician/Waiter/Lounge Lizard in Thomas Ades' Powder Her Face. He excels in full lyric roles such as Andres Wozzeck, Janek The Makropoulos Case, Steuermann Der fliegende Holländer, Vaudemont Iolanta, Tamino Die Zauberflöte, Alfredo La Traviata, Ismaele Nabucco, Don Jose Carmen, Hagenbach La Wally, Huon Oberon and Macduff Macbeth. He has also garnered critical acclaim in modern repertoire during several seasons at the Linbury Theatre for the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. He made his BBC Proms debut as the tenor soloist in Richard Strauss' Deutsche Motette under Vasily Petrenko. Elsewhere he has sung an extraordinarily diverse concert repertoire, performing in venues such as the Opera Comique and Theatre Mogador (Paris), the Prince Regent Theatre (Munich), Tokyo Opera City, Usher Hall (Edinburgh), and in England at the Royal Albert Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Bridgewater Hall, the Sage Gateshead, Glyndebourne and Philharmonic Hall Liverpool. He has collaborated with the Orchestra de Paris, the Munchen Rundfunkorchester, Orchestra Leonard da Vinci/Opera de Rouen, the BBC Philharmonic, the Philharmonia Orchestra, the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, the RTE Symphony Orchestra, the Ulster Orchestra, the Symphony Orchestras of Melbourne, Queensland and Adelaide, with eminent conductors such as Christoph Eschenbach, Sir Richard Armstrong, Richard Bonynge, Jane Glover, Marc Soustrot, David Parry, Ulf Schirmer, Elgar Howarth, Oleg Caetani, Mark Wigglesworth, Ed Gardner, Stephen Lord, Paul Daniel, Vasily Petrenko, David Stern, Nicholas Braithwaite, Martin Andre, David Hill, Richard Farnes and Stephen Barlow.