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Born Aberdeen.

Scottish baritone.

Alan Watt trained in Glasgow at the RSAMD. He appeared frequently with Scottish Opera and most of the major British companies. His concert repertoire was also extensive, including choral works by Bach as well as The Bells (Rachmaninov), A Sea Symphony (Vaughan Williams) and The Dream of Gerontius (Elgar).

Appearances abroad include Guglielmo at the Fenice, Venice, and Papageno in Tel Aviv (conducted by Zubin Mehta and directed by Jonathan Miller). He also performed in Vienna, Basle, Brussels, Seville, Strasbourg, Bruges, and Berlin.

January 2015 

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