Peter Willcock is from Worcestershire, trained in Brighton (Visual and performing Arts) and London (Music) and was seen, most recently, as Salieri’s Cook/Opera Soloist in Peter Shaffer’s ‘Amadeus’ at the National Theatre.
Other roles include Escamillo, Papageno, Dulcamara, Monterone, Nettuno and numerous roles in contemporary operas/pieces for companies including Grange Park Opera, Garsington Opera, Pimlico Opera, Pavilion and Darlington.
For the Royal Opera House 2 he was ‘Owl’ in “The Owl and the Pussycat” and ‘Rover the Dog’ in “A Doctors Tale”, both written by Terry Jones and Anne Dudley.
He is a regular Chorister at English National Opera and the Royal Opera House with upcoming productions including Don Carlos, Turandot and Aida.
In Opera Education he works as an animateur, workshop leader and choral trainer for the Royal Opera House, Opera North and Streetwise Opera.
Future engagements include various Oratorio concerts, Opera galas and a revival of Amadeus at the National Theatre.