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Rutherford, James (baritone)
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James Rutherford (baritone)

James Rutherford was born in Norwich, and read Theology at Durham University before commencing studies at the Royal College of Music and National Opera Studio in London. James has been the recipient of many scholarships and prizes and in 2000 became a BBC New Generation Artist. In 2006, James won the inaugural Seattle Opera International Wagner Competition.

In Opera James Rutherford has appeared with the Paris Opera, Welsh National Opera, Opera North, Glyndebourne Touring Opera, Royal Opera House, English National Opera, the Deutsche Staatsoper, Berlin and at the Montpellier and Innsbruck Festivals. He has sung Donner (Das Rheingold) with the Royal Opera, the Lyric Opera of Chicago and with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and Sir Simon Rattle (at the BBC Proms and the Baden-Baden Festival), Jokanaan (Salome) in Montpellier, Leporello (Don Giovanni) for Scottish Opera and Wolfram (Tannhäuser) for San Francisco Opera.

In concert James appears regularly at the major British festivals and with conductors including Leonard Slatkin, Sir Colin Davis, Donald Runnicles, Sir Mark Elder, Sir Roger Norrington, Christopher Hogwood, Sir Charles Mackerras, Sakari Oramo, and with the Berlin Philharmonic, the Sudwestrundfunk and the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic orchestras. A noted recitalist, he has appeared throughout the United Kingdom and given numerous recitals for BBC Radio 3 and at Wigmore Hall.

Albums
'Honegger: Une Cantate de Noël, Cello Concerto & other orchestral works' (CDA67688)
Honegger: Une Cantate de Noël, Cello Concerto & other orchestral works
'Mendelssohn: Songs and Duets, Vol. 5' (CDA67753)
Mendelssohn: Songs and Duets, Vol. 5
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Complete works available for download
ARTHUR HONEGGER  (1892-1955)
Une Cantate de Noël with BBC National Orchestra of Wales, Thierry Fischer (conductor)
FELIX MENDELSSOHN  (1809-1847)
Ch'io t'abbandono in periglio sì grande with Eugene Asti (piano)
Sechs Schottische National-Lieder with Eugene Asti (piano)
Alphabetical listing of all musical works
Ch'io t'abbandono in periglio sì grande (Mendelssohn)
De profundis clamavi  First line to Première partie, Part 1 of Une Cantate de Noël (Honegger)
In April when primroses paint the sweet plain  First line to The yellow-hair'd laddie, No 6 of Sechs Schottische National-Lieder (Mendelssohn)
Joie et Paix sur Toi Israël!  First line to Deuxième partie, Part 2 of Une Cantate de Noël (Honegger)
Mary's Dream  No 2 of Sechs Schottische National-Lieder (Mendelssohn)
Saw ye Johnnie comin'  No 4 of Sechs Schottische National-Lieder (Mendelssohn)
Sechs Schottische National-Lieder (Mendelssohn)
The moon had climb’d the highest hill  First line to Mary's Dream, No 2 of Sechs Schottische National-Lieder (Mendelssohn)
The yellow-hair'd laddie  No 6 of Sechs Schottische National-Lieder (Mendelssohn)
Une Cantate de Noël (Honegger)
We've a bonnie wee flower  No 3 of Sechs Schottische National-Lieder (Mendelssohn)
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