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Mok: Bright star, would I were stedfast as thou art, Op. 10 / Neil Latchman・Lance Mok
Neil Latchman - 'A vucchella - F.P. Tosti
Neil Latchman - Non t'amo più! - F.P. Tosti

Neil Latchman

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Trinidadian-born Neil Latchman's (tenor) international career began in 1997 when he was chosen to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the death of Maria Callas in London, where he eventually performed as a soloist at the Barbican Centre, Royal Festival Hall, Wigmore Hall, the London Palladium, St John’s, Smith Square, and Wembley Arena amongst other venues. He is regularly asked to open world events, including the World Expo 1999 in Kunming, China, where he was the tenor soloist in Handel’s Messiah and Beethoven’s 9th Symphony, and the Summit of the Americas in 2009. His love of the recital platform has taken him across the world performing the songs of Bellini, Verdi, and Donizetti. Given his South American background, the tangos and rhumbas of composers such as Lecuona and Cordero have become synonymous with his concert programmes. In recent years, Neil has enjoyed exploring his rich multi-cultural heritage through new works and commissions. Projects have included re-interpreting songs of the Middle East and India.

Neil and Lance met after the latter graduated from the Royal College of Music and they specialise in the works of Paulo Tosti amongst others and English songs. They have performed especially for numerous charitable causes.


Past Performances


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