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Edward Jowle

Edward Jowle was raised in Derbyshire and studied at the Royal College of Music. He was a prize-winner of the 2021 Cesti competition, finalist in the 2021 Kathleen Ferrier Awards and is a Samling Artist. He is also an alumnus of the Verbier Festival Atelier Lirique and the winner of the 2022 Somerset Song Prize.

Previous work for English Touring Opera includes Emireno Ottone, Lesbo Agrippina, Curio Giulio Cesare, Gubetta Lucrezia Borgia, Antonio Il viaggio a Reims and The Muddier in The Wish Gatherer, a Learning and Participation production for Key Stage Two audiences.

His other work includes Starveling/Fairy The Fairy Queen Longborough Festival Opera, Colline La bohème (Verbier, Medici TV), Guglielmo Così fan tutte (Diva Opera), Papageno Die Zauberflöte (Royal College of Music, OperaVision), Adonis Venus and Adonis (Pratum Integrum), Polyphemus Acis and Galatea (Ryedale Festival) and Garibaldo Rodelinda (Royal College of Music). He recently completed recording the role of Colline in a new filmed version of Robin Norton-Hale’s Olivier award-winning production of La bohème and performed in the world premier of Sir Granville Bantock’s song cycle The Sphinx at the London Song Festival, a setting of Oscar Wilde’s poem of the same name.