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Dingle Yandell

British Bass-Baritone Dingle Yandell studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. He is an
alumnus of the National Opera Studio and a ‘Rising Star’ of the Orchestra of the Age of
Enlightenment, He is the grateful recipient of a Sybil Tutton Opera Award administered by Help
Musicians UK.

Recent operatic roles have included Count Ceprano from Rigoletto and Immigration Officer in
Flight for Scottish Opera. The Doctor from Pelléas et Mélisande and Don Geronio (cover) for
Garsington Opera. Seneca from Monteverdi’s L’incoronazione di Poppea with Bach Collegium
Japan, The roles of Speaker and Sarastro in The Magic Flute and Angelotti in Tosca for Scottish

Dingle has been selected as one of the inaugural Rising Stars for the Orchestra of the Age of
Enlightenment, recent engagements include soloist in St Matthew Passion at the Malta Baroque
Festival, Israel in Egypt with William Christie at the BBC Proms, The Creation conducted by
Adam Fischer and Harmoniemesse conducted by Andras Schiff, He is a regular soloist for the
Bach, The Universe & Everything series at Kings Place, London, the world premiere of The Judas
Passion by Sally Beamish. He recently sang as Bass soloist under the direction of the award
winning Maxim Emelyanychev in a performance of the St John Passion at the Tchaikovsky Concert
Hall in Moscow.

For eight years Dingle toured internationally with the award-winning British ensemble Voces8.
Notable performances include Tokyo Opera City and Oji Hall, Tokyo, The Mariinsky Theatre
Concert Hall, St Petersburg, Moscow International House of Music, National Centre for Performing
Arts, Beijing, National Concert Hall, Taipei, The Rheingau Festival. He has also appeared regularly
on BBC Radio, Classic FM and MPR and made many recordings for Signum Records and Decca