Stephen Alder (Baritone) cd link
The English baritone, Stephen Alder, has
extensive experience in oratorio and recital, and has sung in most European
countries, as well as China, Japan, USA, Isreal, Brazil and Argentina. He has
sung frequently with the BBC Singers, and also
with most of the period instrument groups in the UK.
He has recorded
Bach's Coffee (BWV 211) and Peasant
(BWV 212) cantatas with his own group 'The Friends
of Apollo', and he also appears on a Hyperion disc of Verse Anthems by John Blow
with Winchester Cathedral Choir. He has appeared many times o ntelevision, and
on both Radio 3 and Classic FM.
Recent engagements have included concerts
in Rome and Singapore; Bach's St Matthew Passion (BWV 244) (in London's Barbican concert hall) and St
John Passion (BWV 245) in Holland. He has
also taken the part of narrator in Honneger's King David in King's
College, Cambridge under Stephen Cleobury,
with whom he also sang the Brahms German Requiem in Ely Cathedral. He
sings regularly at Westminster Cathedral, frequently as a soloist, in the
choir's many and varied recordings, concerts, television and radio broadcasts.
In 2001 he performed Vaughan Williams Sea Symphony in the Blackheath
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