ANTHONY CABLE
The Performer/Lyric Translator


Anthony began his career in popular music, singing and playing guitar in the bars and cafes of his native Newcastle-upon-Tyne. He studied opera at Newcastle School of Music and at Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. When he moved to France, he spent several years performing in the opera houses of Avignon, Toulon, Nice, Monte Carlo, Nimes, Montpelier, Lyons, Bastia and Ajacio with Raggiero Raymond, Montserrat Caballe, Jose Carreras, Jose Van Dam and Michel Trempont. He also sang at the Festival Estival of Paris, Festival of Aix en Provence and also festivals in Gordes and Castres. Since returning to London ten years ago, he has been performing in music theatre – both in the West End and on No. 1 tours around the UK. His work for the Royal National Theatre includes Love’s Labours Lost with Joseph Fiennes and Anything Goes with John Barrowman, both directed by Trevor Nunn. Anthony has given recitals and concerts in Germany, Russia and Israel and has played many times in cabaret in London. Recently, he was invited to takepart in a workshop for the new Schonberg/Boublil musical Marguerite, scored by Michel Legrand. Anthony has recently completed a year's contract with The Sound of Music at the London Palladium.


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