Nicholas is a recent graduate of the Royal College of Music International Opera School where he studied with Tim Evans-Jones. Recent roles include Peter ‘Hänsel und Gretel, Doctor Falke ‘Die Fledermaus’, Sid ‘Albert Herring’ (RCMIOS), Erasto ‘Giove in Argo’ (London Handel Festival), L’horloge comtoiseand Le Chat ‘L’enfant et les Sortileges’ (RCMIOS), and Guglielmo ‘Così fan tutte’ in workshop with Sir Thomas Allen. He has also created the role of The Architect ‘Serpentine; the analysis of beauty’ for an RCM collaboration with Tete a Tete. Upcoming roles include Malatesta for Euphonia Opera’s ‘Don Pasquale’ and Captain (cover) for Independent Opera’s production of ‘Simplicius Simplicissimus’ by Karl Hartmann.
A keen recitalist, Nicholas has performed at the British Embassy in Paris, the Elgar rooms in the Royal Albert Hall, Cadogan Hall, and Leith Hill Place. He is equally at home on the concert platform and regularly appears as soloist for oratorio works including the Requiem Masses of Brahms, Mozart, Faure, and Durufle, Bach’s Passions and Handel’s Messiah. Nicholas is extremely grateful to have been supported by a Richard Carne Scholarship, and a Tutton Award by Help Musicians UK. He is particularly thankful for the continued support of Philip Carne and the Countess of Munster Musical Trust.