Mark Le Brocq
Mark Le Brocq held a choral scholarship at St. Catharine’s College, Cambridge where he read English. He studied at the Royal Academy of Music with Kenneth Bowen and later continued at the National Opera Studio where he was sponsored by The Friends of English National Opera.
Upon completing his studies, Mark became a Company Principal with English National Opera. Roles at ENO included Tamino The Magic Flute; Paris King Priam; Count Almaviva The Barber of Seville; Narraboth Salome; Cassio Otello; Don Ottavio Don Giovanni; Don Basilio Figaro and Doctor Maxwell The Silver Tassie.
Mark’s guest appearances include Mephistopheles Dr Faustus, The Jailer Il Prigioniero Semperoper Dresden; Painter/Client Lulu Bolzano, Scrooge A Christmas Carol Trento; Luka House of the dead Brno Festival; Loge Das Rheingold for Longborough Opera and Tianjin Symphony Orchestra; Title role Biedermann und die Brandstifter, The Governor Simplicius Simplicissimus Independent Opera; Sir Philip Wingrave Owen Wingrave Opera de Nancy.