Nicholas is generously supported by UNUM and a Glyndebourne New Generation Programme Young Artist Development Award.
British baritone Nicholas Mogg read Music at Clare College, Cambridge, where he was a choral scholar, before graduating from the Opera Course at the RAM. He has been an Oxford Lieder Young Artist, a Britten-Pears Young Artist, a Park Lane Group Young Artist and a Drake Calleja Scholar. Nicholas won the 2017 Royal Over-Seas League Singers’ Prize and the Richard Lewis/Jean Shanks Award. He is grateful for the support of the Robert Easton Award, Drake Calleja Trust, Help Musicians UK Sybil Tutton Award, and the Countess of Munster Musical Trust. Operatic roles to date include the title role in Don Giovanni, Steward Flight, Peachum Die Dreigroschenoper, Jupiter Orphée aux Enfers, Melisso Alcina for Royal Academy Opera, and Erismeno Ormisda at the London Handel Festival. He recently made his Glyndebourne Festival Opera debut as Hausknecht Der Rosenkavalier. Nicholas has appeared as a soloist at the Barbican, Concertgebouw, Palau de la Música Catalana, Bozar Brussels, KKL Luzern, and Philharmonie de Paris with conductors including Sir John Eliot Gardiner, Ton Koopman and Sir Roger Norrington. He has established a successful duo partnership with pianist Jâms Coleman, and together they have performed in recitals at the Wigmore Hall, Oxford Lieder Festival, Two Moors Festival, Roman River Festival and Ryedale Festival. This season, engagements include Aeneas Dido and Aeneas for English Touring Opera, Vaughan Williams’ Songs of Travel at Oxford Lieder Festival, and joining both the Orquestra Cuidad de Valencia and the Real Orquestrasinfonica de Sevilla for performances of Handel’s Messiah.