Tristan Entwistle, Baritone
Tristan is featured as “Guiseppe Palmieri” in The Gondoliers.
Tristan will complete his Bachelor of Music (Performance) at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music in 2015, under the tuition of Ms Maree Ryan. Having had a long history of choral singing, he developed his love for the stage as a teenager and performed in multiple theatrical productions, including the roles of “Hines” in The Pajama Game, “Nick Piazza” in FAME! and “Marius” in Les Misérables. In 2014, he further developed his stage abilities in Munich, workshopping scenes from Le Nozze di Figaro with Ms Marita Knobel, formerly of the Bayerische Staatsoper and Oper Köln. He has also worked with vocal coaches Kimberly Barber and Narelle Martinez.
Tristan has recently performed as a soloist in the Sydney Conservatorium’s 100th anniversary performance of Mass by Leonard Bernstein at the Sydney Opera House. He has also performed the bass/baritone solos in Schubert Mass in G Major with the Eastern Sydney Chamber Choir, and in Rossini's Stabat Mater at the Blackheath Choir Festival. He currently holds the Bass Scholar position at the choir of Christ Church St Laurence, Sydney.
In 2015, Tristan has played “Guglielmo” in Cosi fan tutte, sings with the Phoenix Choir in Blackheath and Katoomba and will debut the role of “Old Yue” in Chang'E and the Moon, a new opera by Rowen Fox, later this year.
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The Savoy Arts Company Incorporated has been producing shows since 1985, specialising in the operettas of William Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan. To better reflect its primary artistic objective, commencing from 2014, the company will be performing as Gilbert & Sullivan Opera Sydney. Our performing group has provided excellent training in all aspects of stagecraft for performers who have made a career in opera and musical theatre. The Ensemble style of our productions not only provides the chorus with experience in singing with an orchestra, but also provides ample opportunity to learn and develop skills in characterisation and stagecraft.
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