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Steven Page



Steven Page in action.
Steven Page as Anna Fewmore in Pleasure © Opera North 2016. Photo by Robert Workman

English baritone Steven Page made his Royal Opera debut in 2001 as Alidoro (La Cenerentola) and has since returned to sing Spencer Coyle (Owen Wingrave) and Anna Fewmore (Pleasure). In the 2017/18 Season he sings Stranger in Na’ama Zisser’s new opera Mamzer Bastard.

Page worked as a trademark attorney before training at the National Opera Studio. His many roles for English National Opera include Count Almaviva and Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro), Don Giovanni, Don Alfonso (Così fan tutte), Speaker (Die Zauberflöte), Paolo (Simon Boccanegra), Gregor Mittenhofer (Elegy for Young Lovers), Filippovich (A Dog’s Heart) and Walsingham (Dr Dee). For Glyndebourne Festival his roles have included Leporello (Don Giovanni)‚ Pizarro (Fidelio), Nick Shadow (The Rake’s Progress), Prus (The Makropulos Case), Balstrode (Peter Grimes)‚ Coyle and Minskman (Jonathan Dove’s Flight). Engagements elsewhere include Judge Turpin (Sweeney Todd) and Don Alfonso for Welsh National Opera, Coyle in Toulouse, Entertainer (Orango) in Moscow, Guglielmo (Così fan tutte)‚ Marcello (La bohème)‚ Chorèbe (Les Troyens)‚ Ford (Falstaff)‚ Don Giovanni, Count Almaviva, Nick Shadow, Pirate King (The Pirates of Penzance) and Old Man/Vagrant (The Devil Inside, world premiere) for Scottish Opera, Sweeney Todd for Opera North and in Australia, Governor (Le Comte Ory) for Dorset Opera and Chelsea Opera Group and roles for the Carl Rosa Opera Company.

Page’s theatre work includes roles in Parade (Donmar Warehouse), Oedipus (National Theatre) and After Aida (Old Vic), and he appears in the film Tomorrow La Scala!. He performs extensively in concert, engagements include The Mask of Time and The Apostles at the BBC Proms.