Jonathan Gunthorpe

Musical Patron

Having performed a concert repertoire ranging from French baroque and Bach to Britten and new commissions, at venues such as the Wigmore Hall, Barbican, Birmingham Symphony Hall, NCH Dublin, Parco della Roma and La Chaise Dieu, Jonathan gained an MA in music at Birmingham Conservatoire, and attended the Royal College of Music and the National Opera Studio. He has played Papageno (The Magic Flute), Arsenio (La Spinalba), The Soul (Grabmusik), Alcandro (L’Olimpiade), Mr Noah (Noye’s Fludde), Faber (The Knot Garden), and Horned Thing (Where The Wild Things Are, Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles). He has also appeared at the National Theatre in Brecht’s Mother Courage with Fiona Shaw and is currently writing a new singing translation for Tchaikovsky’s Onegin.