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Lachlann Lawton

Lyric baritone

Australian-British Lachlann Lawton is an award-winning lyric baritone.

He was a 2022 Joan Sutherland and Richard Bonynge Bel Canto Award Finalist and John Wegner Award recipient. He was a 2019 finalist in the Joan and Michael Kennedy Award for the Singing of Strauss. He is a 2024 Young Artist with Opera Queensland, and is a former Wesfarmers Arts Young Artist, Bendat Scholarship winner, and proud recipient of the Roberts Emerging Artist Fund at West Australian Opera.

He is a recent graduate of the Royal Northern College of Music as a Waverly Scholarship recipient and studied with Quentin Hayes. Recent engagements include Anthony Hope (Sweeney Todd) for Victorian Opera; Jupiter (Semele) for HIP Company; the title role in Dido and Aeneas (Purcell); Station Master in Jonathan Mill’s new opera Eucalyptus; a staged production of Mendelssohn’s Elijah (Elijah); Schaunard (La Boheme); Marchese d’Obiney (La Traviata); Morales (Carmen); The Wolf/Cinderella’s Prince (Into The Woods); Duke Robert (Iolanta); Sciarrone (Tosca) for West Australian Opera; Sonora (La Fanciulla del West) for Freeze Frame Opera.

Lachlann is a regular soloist and member of the St Georges Cathedral Consort directed by Dr Joseph Nolan.


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