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A character torn between the conventional and the visionary. A wilful, hard working fisherman wanting to earn respect but cast out after the suspicious death of his apprentice. And then a second apprentice falls to his death. Sung in EnglishPerformers Carl Tanner (Peter Grimes), Georgia Jarman (Ellen Orford), Stephen Gadd (Captain Balstrode), Andrew Rees (Bob Boles), Annie-Marie Owens (Auntie), Soraya Mafi (1st Niece), Rosie Bell (2nd Niece), Rebecca de Pont Davies (Mrs Sedley), Gary Griffiths (Ned Keene), Clive Bayley (Swallow), Nigel Robson (Rev Horace Adams), Matthew Stiff (Hobson).
Author Benjamin Britten. Producer Grange Park Opera. Conductor Stephen Barlow. Director Jeremy Sames. Design Francis O'Connor. Company Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra.
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