"Mr. Scotting showed technical brilliance with his delivery of
spot-on lines of coloratura within his many arias..." Examiner
Countertenor Randall Scotting impresses and delights audiences with a blend of commanding stage presence, rich voice, and innate musicality. The 2013-14 season began for Mr. Scotting with concerts of music from the early Baroque period at London’s National Gallery; he then sang Giuliano in Cavalli’s opera ‘Eliogabalo’ for the Gotham Chamber Opera in New York (Scotting was lauded by the New York Times as ‘excellent’ and possessing a ‘clarion countertenor’ voice), additionally, while there he presented excerpts from the new work ‘Oscar’ for the Santa Fe Opera. Randall also sang a concert of virtuoso arias by Handel at St. Martin in the Fields in London. Upcoming he will perform the role of the Sorceress in Purcell’s ‘Dido & Aenaes’ for the Bath International Music Festival with the ensemble Florilegium; he presents a programme at the Handel House Museum in London; and he tours Italy with the Royal College of Music Baroque Orchestra singing virtuoso arias by Handel.
He will also perform as a soloist in ‘Baroque Resurrected’ with the Ballo Baroque Ensemble singing arias from forgotten Italian masterworks ...
Randall in the News
KERA RADIO INTERVIEW
Singing Handel's High Notes
Baroque operas sound different – even to someone who knows the popular 19th-century operas of Verdi or Puccini. For one thing, Baroque operas often use instruments more common in the 1700s. This is the overture to Julius Caesar by George Frideric Handel. You hear the harpsichord? It’s played throughout the Fort Worth Opera’s production by conductor Daniel Beckwith. But there’s a different vocal sound as well. Randall Scotting stars as Julius Caesar and he’s a countertenor
Soloist: Handel at the Opera BCOC
November 8. 9. 2013 | Colorado, USA
Soloist: Baroque Resurrected Ballo Baroque
December 2. 3. 2013 | London, UK
Soloist: Duets for the Duchess Ballo Baroque
January 17. 2014 | V & A Museum, Norfolk Music Room, London, UK
Orlando: in Handel's Orlando Hobart Baroque
March 28. 30. April 2. 4. 2014 | Hobart, Tasmania, Australiafull schedule