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International opera singer to perform alongside Windermere School at Cartmel Priory

Adam Smith

Former student and international opera singer, Adam Smith, will be singing the Tenor role in the upcoming performance of Handel’s Messiah on Saturday 14 March at Cartmel Priory. Windermere School Choir, members of Cumbria Baroque Choir, Windermere and Bowness Community Choir and former students will also be performing.

Born in the North of England, Adam Smith attended Windermere School, finishing his studies in 2006. It was at Windermere School, under the tutelage and guidance of Janet McCallum Hartley, that Adam’s talent for music and singing was able to thrive, leading him to a fast-rising career. This season, he made his debut at the Opéra National de Bordeaux, in the title role of Les Contes d’Hoffmann, in a new production by Vincent Huguet, conducted by Marc Minkowski. Next, he will make his debut at the English National Opera as B.F. Pinkteron in Madame Butterfly, led by Martyn Brabbins.

The event is open to the public and will start at 7pm in Cartmel Priory. Online booking is essential and tickets are available for purchase on the School website:

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