Next season Peter will make his Royal Opera House, Covent Garden debut in the world premiere of Jules Maxwell’s The Lost Thing, a co-production with Candoco Dance Company.
He will also make his debut with Operaen i Midten Denmark in the world premiere of Nikola Kodjabashia and Mia Theil Have’s Song of the Child.
For performance details see here
Reviews for ENO/Gate Theatre Effigies of Wickedness (June 2018):
“The idea for the show came from distinguished baritone Peter Brathwaite who is an expert in the field… Here he not only sings like a dream but the show seems to be infused by his spirit”
★★★★ The Independent
“incisive vocals come from the rising operatic stars Katie Bray and Peter Brathwaite”
★★★★ The Times
“Honey-voiced baritone Peter Brathwaite had the idea for the project, and he’s one of a quartet of seductive singers”
★★★★ The Evening Standard
Read Peter’s articles for The Guardian and The Independent.
Peter recently contributed to BBC Radio 4’s Black Music in Europe: A Hidden History, Series 2. Presented by Clarke Peters, the programme is currently available through BBC Sounds.
Peter has been selected as a BBC Radio 3 Next Generation Voice (April 2019).