With a distinctively rich, focused and sizable sound, Aubrey Allicock makes his mark among important opera companies and symphonies both at home and abroad.
Allicock’s future engagements include a Metropolitan Opera debut as Mamoud in The Death of Klinghoffer in the 2014-15 season, his Seattle Opera debut as Angelotti in Tosca; and, a return engagement in the title role of The Marriage of Figaro. He makes his Komische Oper Berlin debut in 2015 as Escamillo in Carmen.
From 2012 to 2014 he was an Artist Diploma candidate at The Juilliard School where he sang the Forester in The Cunning Little Vixen and the role of Tiridate in Handel’s Radamisto. He joined the Metropolitan Opera roster in the 2010-2011 season covering the roles of Astarotte in Rossini’s Armida and Marullo in Verdi’s Rigoletto.
Allicock made his role debut with the Opera Theatre of St. Louis in 2011 as Mamoud in The Death of Klinghoffer and was later invited to debut at Lincoln Center with the Juilliard Opera for the US premiere of Peter Maxwell Davies’ Kommilitonen! as the Grand Inquisitor. He returned to Opera Theatre of Saint Louis in the 2012 season for the US premiere of Unsuk Chin’s Alice in Wonderland in the dual role of the Mad Hatter and Duck and again in 2013 as the young Emile Griffith, the world-renowned prizefighter, in Terence Blanchard’s Champion.
As a Gerdine Young Artist with Opera Theatre of St. Louis in 2010, Allicock performed the roles of Zaretsky (Eugene Onegin) and covered the role of Figaro in The Marriage of Figaro and again Figaro in John Corigliano’s The Ghosts of Versailles. Aubrey Allicock has performed with the Wexford Festival Opera, the Phoenix Symphony Orchestra, the South Bohemian Chamber Philharmonic and with Concerts-Austria.
Allicock holds degrees from The Juilliard School, Indiana University and Grand Canyon University.