Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Twitter Submission Phil Gault

Barihunk Phil Gault came to us via this Twitter message
Twitter is becoming an increasingly popular way for us to discover new barihunks. The latest was the message from "Mike D" that read, "Hey @Barihunks check out my buddy @PhilGault: RT "Oh - have some @ClubNoir pictures!"

So, we checked him out. Lo and behold, here he is on Barihunks.

The pictures were part of a Valentine's Day concert put on by the Scottish Opera at the burlesque Club Noir in Glasgow. Other singers included bass Jonathan Sedgwick and tenor Adam Magee.

Beach Barihunk Phil Gault
The Welsh baritone has performed internationally in roles ranging from the eponymous Macbeth and Barber of Seville, to the Count, Dandini, King Roger, Escamillo, and indeed Carmen in the critically acclaimed all-male CarMen.

He has performed with Scottish Opera, Buxton Festival Opera, Northampton Festival Opera, and Secret Opera, is principal baritone for Opera on a Shoestring, co-founded Black Sheep Opera, and is a Samling and Crear artist. Other roles include Nabucco, Tarquinius, Junius, Nick Shadow, Angelotti, Morales, El Dancaïro, and Chao Lin (A Night at the Chinese Opera).

Gault has performed recitals in the Usher Hall, the Wales Millennium Centre, the Riverfront Centre and Paxton House, and is an aLuMNus of Yehudi Menuhin’s Live Music Now! scheme. His song repertory includes Dichterliebe, Chansons Gaillardes, Songs of Travel, Italienisches Liederbuch, and A Shropshire Lad, and his oratorio repertoire ranges from Carmina Burana and A Sea Symphony to the Bach Passions and cantatas, in venues from the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall and the Usher Hall, to the Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford.

TV includes live broadcast recordings of the award nominated Macbeth and Barbwr Sefil with Opra Cymru, and audio includes Breathe Freely (Wagstaff), A Brontë Mass (Wilby), and A Breathless Alleluia (Wilby), both with the Black Dyke Band.

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