British tenor Adam Temple-Smith graduated the Royal Northern College of Music in 2016 and studies now with award winning tenor Ben Johnson. In June 2019 he completed his training as a Young Artist at the National Opera Studio in London. The tenor has performed at various national and international festivals, such as Garsington Opera, with roles including First Armed Man and Second Priest in the 2018 production of „The Magic Flute“. For the Cantiere Internazionale d’Arte in Montepulciano he played the role of Sargent Lombardi in Stephen Sondheim’s „Passion“ and the role of Misael in Britten‘s „Burning Fiery Furnace“ at the Southrepps International Festival. He also covered the role of Tom Rakewell in the 2017 production of Strawinsky’s „The Rake’s Progress“ at the Festival d’Aix-en-Provence. Major operatic roles include Don Ottavio in British Youth Opera‘s „Don Giovanni“, Lysander in Britten’s „Midsummer Night’s Dream“ as well as Ferrando in „Così fan tutte“ and at the RNCM. In the season 2018/19 Adam Temple-Smith made his company debut with Welsh National Opera, singing the role of the Mosquito and covering the school master in their production of Janáček’s „The Cunning Little Vixen“.