Nicholas appears on a recent release from Sir John Eliot Gardiner and his English Baroque Soloists and Monteverdi Choir, singing two of Bach’s greatest cantatas – the rapturous Easter Oratorio and the early Actus Tragicus, a masterpiece of gentle profundity. Limelight magazine (Australia) says “Nicholas Mulroy is breath-taking in the rustic Sanfte soll mien todeskummer” […]
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Late last year, Nicholas sang the tenor role(s) in Piazzolla’s rarely performed ‘Tango opera’ María de Buenos Aires. Critically acclaimed – the Scotsman said ‘tenor Nicholas Mulroy was the real star, in a succession of characters…delivered with suave commitment’ – the performances also featured Victor Hugo Villena (link), Valentina Montoya Martínez (link?) and Juanjo López […]
In December 2013, Nicholas made his début with the ACO in three concerts of Bach’s Christmas Oratorio, in Canberra, Sydney Opera House and Melbourne Arts Centre. Of the concerts, Harriet Cunningham, in the Sydney Morning Herald, wrote, “Mulroy’s biography states that he is “the most sought-after evangelist of his generation”. It’s a big call, but […]