Robert returns to Pop-up Opera to sing the role of Ferrando, having previously appeared with the company as Silvio/Docteur Miracle (Le Docteur Miracle). Other recent projects have included Ferrando with Pavilion Opera and Carlo (I Masnadieri) with Opera Viva, with whom he will shortly perform the title role in Ernani. Reviewers have described him as “powerful and romantic” and "a delight to listen to".
His principal roles include José (Carmen), Faust (Faust), the Duke (Rigoletto), Alfredo (La Traviata), Fenton (Falstaff), Ernani (Ernani), Eduardo (Un Giorno di Regno), Carlo (I Masnadieri), Donald (Gallantry), Tamino (Die Zauberflöte), Ferrando (Così Fan Tutte), Roberto (Le Villi) and Pinkerton (Madame Butterfly). He has an extensive song repertoire and has been a soloist in Beethoven's 9th Symphony, Rossini's Petite Messe Solennelle and the Requiems of Schumann and Mozart, alongside many other sacred works.
Robert has studied with Justin Lavender, Philip Doghan and Romolo Bruni; he attended Oxford University and the Royal Academy of Music.
""it was Ferrando (Robert Lomax) and Guglielmo (Oskar McCarthy) who stole the show with their hilarious acting and pitch-perfect singing"
This is the West Country, Cosi fan Tutte
"It is a powerful experience to hear the fantastic operatic voices so close up, particularly when Robert Lomax as Silvio sustains a very long and very high note just inches away"
The Upcoming, Bizet's Le Docteur Miracle
"Within the first few moments Robert Lomax, as Silvio/Docteur Miracle, holds the intimate audience captive, roving about the small space, his tenor tones causing hairs to stand on end"
Middle Peg Review, Le Docteur Miracle
"He has an excellent tenor voice and... scales his voice down impressively for the small venue"
Broadway Baby, Le Docteur Miracle