Alexander Grove

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Once described by the BBC as “England’s Mario Lanza”, Alexander is an award winning English tenor, producer, actor and vocal + stagecraft coach. Performing internationally, he is known for his wide range of repertoire, interpretations, engaging stagecraft and acting ability and warm toned, yet flexible vocal ability. Alexander’s career currently spans the opera, oratorio, concert and musical theatre stages, television, radio and recordings. From recording at Abbey Road Studios, London to performing to capacity crowds of over 30,000 per night in some of Europe’s largest arenas, to leading roles in A stage opera houses; his career has taken him all over the world from the USA to Brazil to Japan.

In addition to performing, Alexander is a vocal + stagecraft coach and consultant and is active in supporting fairness within the arts. He supports students wherever he can through his private studio and as a Visiting Fellow of Aberdeen University.

As a producer Alexander is creator of the international 3 Tenors Ensemble - TENORI, performing 3 tenors concerts worldwide for corporate and private clients, and for Fource: a four female opera rock group. He is also a published opera critic reviewing for various online classical music and operatic publications.

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Alexander Grove, Tenor: Don Ramiro - Tutto é deserto.....Un soave non so che......

Tenor, Alexander Grove as Don Ramiro in La Cenerentola 2009: Entrance and duet: Tutto é deserto.....Un soave non so che...... For more information, please visit alexandergrove.me

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Alexander accepts private students for vocal, dramatic and interpretation coaching as well as giving visiting masterclasses and workshops for educational institutions, corporate bodies, choral societies and orchestras. He is a consultant for various clients and a Visiting Fellow of the University of Aberdeen.

Past Supporters

Alexander is very grateful to the following for the support he received during his training and the transition into his professional career:

Mario Lanza Foundation

Peter Moores Foundation

Musicians Benevolent Fund

Old Stortfordian Society

Stephen & Peta Benson