Aaron McAuley


Aaron gained a B. Mus. (Hons) at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, under the direction of Alan Watt and Peter Wilson. After completing a Postgraduate Diploma at the Royal College of Music, he graduated with an Artist Diploma (Distinction) in Opera from the Benjamin Britten International Opera School under the direction of Tim Evans Jones. His solo career has taken him around the UK performing such works as the Brahms’ Requiem; Israel in Egypt and Messiah; L’Enfance du Christ (Polydorus) Berlioz; Messa di Gloria Puccini; Vesperae solennesde confessore and Litaniae de verabili altaris acramento Mozart; Mass in G and Maginificat Schubert; Missa in honorem sanctae usrsulae Haydn; Requiem Faure; Christmas Oratorio Bach; and Vaughan Williams’ Serenade to music. He has toured the Scottish Isles performing for Herriot Watt University. He has also performed the lead in a dramatisation of the Der Schulmeister by Telemann with members of the BBC Symphony Orchestra. In October 2009, Aaron made his Royal Albert Hall debut, performing the role of Tiger in the premier of Peter Rose’s and Ann Conlon’s new work One Sun, One World. Since 2010 Aaron has been a member of the Glyndebourne Festival Chorus, performing in Macbeth and Billy Budd, in which he also covered Second Mate. He performed in the chorus of critically acclaimed Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg, Don Giovanni, L’elisir d’amore, Rusalka, La Cenerentola, as well as in Der Rosenkavalier and Eugene Onegin for Glyndebourne’s 80th anniversary festival