Fletcher Artist Management represents Julian Hubbard in North America. For inquiries elsewhere, please contact Athole Still.
English tenor Julian Hubbard is in the midst of a flourishing international career, including appearances with La Monnaie (Brussels), Teatro Massimo Palermo, Teatro dell’Opera di Roma, Badisches Staatstheater, Irish National Opera, and Oper Stuttgart.
Mr. Hubbard began his 2022-23 season with Teatro Nacional de São Carlos, Lisbon as Baltasar Mateus in Azio Corghi’s Blimunda before traveling to London to make his role and house debut as Froh in Das Rheingold with English National Opera. With Teatro dell’Opera di Roma, he makes his role debut as Skuratov in Janáček’s The House of the Dead. In the summer, Mr. Hubbard appears at the Salzburger Festspiele as Panait in Bohuslav Martinů’s The Greek Passion. In addition to returning to La Monnaie as Froh and Peter Quint in The Turn of the Screw, the 2023-24 season will also feature Julian’s debut with Volksoper Wien as Siegmund in Die Walküre.
Recent and career highlights include Tichon in Katya Kabanova and Cassius in the world premiere of Battistelli’s Julius Caesar with Teatro dell’Opera di Roma; the title role of Parsifal with Teatro Massimo Palermo, Danish National Symphony Orchestra, and La Monnaie; Siegmund in Die Walküre with Stadttheater Klagenfurt; Hoffman in The Tales of Hoffman with Irish National Opera and Badisches Staatstheater Karlsruhe; Victorin/Gaston in Die tote Stadt with RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra; Priest in Il Prigioniero with La Monnaie and Oper Stuttgart; Jimmy Mahoney in Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny with Opera Theatre Company, Ireland; The Huntsman in Rusalka and Malcolm in Macbeth with La Monnaie; the Gamekeeper in Rusalka with Royal Scottish Opera; Longborough Festival Opera as Tamino in Die Zauberflöte and Walther in Tannhäuser; Don José in Carmen with Lyric Opera Dublin; Pinkerton in Madama Butterfly with Irish National Opera; Juan in Henze’s Das Wundertheater at the Montepulciano Festival; and Pontio Pilato in Das Liebesverbot at Cadogan Hall, London.
In addition to his work on the stage, Julian is an accomplished concert performer with past repertoire including Handel’s Messiah, Mendelssohn’s Elijah, Haydn’s The Seasons, Puccini’s Missa di Gloria, Beethoven’s 9th Symphony, and the Verdi Requiem. He has performed at Wigmore Hall, the Edinburgh and Aldeburgh Festivals, and on BBC Radio 3. Mr. Hubbard is also featured on La Monnaie’s DVD recording of Rusalka as the Huntsman and Teatro Massimo di Palermo’s DVD recording (Naxos Records) as the title role in Parsifal.
Julian has worked with conductors Fabio Luisi, Richard Bonynge, Adam Fischer, Carlo Rizzi, Alain Altingolu, Paolo Carignani, David Robertson and Omer Meir Wellber and directors Sir Richard Jones, Robert Carson, Kryzstof Warlikowski, Graham Vick, Stefan Herheim, Andrea Breth, and Alfred Kirchner. He trained at the Royal College of Music and The National Opera Studio London.