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For the Glyndebourne Festival and Touring Opera Anthony Roden sang the roles of Lensky, Tamino, Belmonte, Don Ottavio, Gabriele Adorno, Florestan and Vitek, and during this time he was awarded the John Christie Prize. He joined the Krefeld Stadtteater as principal tenor and then the English National Opera, where he sang Alfredo (in La Traviata and Die Fledermaus), Ferrando, Tamino, Don Ottavio, Camille, Werther and Idamante.
He returned to Australia and had many successful years with the Victoria State Opera and the State Opera of South Australia, with which he performed the principal tenor roles in Idomeneo, Samson, Fly (the premiere of Barry Conyngham’s opera), Don Giovanni, Fidelio and Tannhäuser.
Conductors with whom he has worked include Sir Charles Mackerras, Sir Bernhard Haitink, Sir John Pritchard, Sir Edward Downes, Antol Dorati, Sir Andrew Davis, Sir Colin Davis, Sir Roger Norrington, Geoffrey Simon, Donald Runnicles, Richard Armstrong and Pinchas Steinberg.