What’s On

Nick makes his Royal Opera House company debut in a new production by Barrie Kosky of Shostakovich's The Nose, conducted by Ingo Metzmacher. Nick will be singing the roles of First Son and First New Arrival and covering the role of Iaryashkin. There are 6 performances throughout October and November.

In December, Nick sings 3 sold-out performances Britten's St.Nicolas in the new world-class 1800 seat National Forum of Music in Wrocław, Poland.

After covering Angel 3 in George's Benjamin's Written on Skin at ROH, Nick is set to perform and record Samuel Wesley's Confitebur for Portsmouth Choral Society. The concert is on March 11th with the recording to follow shortly.

Nick will be performing Snout in a new production of Britten's A Midsummer Night's Dream at Aldeburgh.


More award nominations for The Devil Inside!

After a nomination for best new opera at the UK Theatre awards in London's Guildhall and a nomination for outstanding contribution to opera in the WhatsOnStage awards, The Devil Inside has been nominated for a Scottish Award for New Music, and was made the best opera of the year by George Hall in The Stage's review of 2016.

Nick sings 'A wand'ring minstrel, I' live on BBC Scotland!
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The Nose online!

The live screening of Barrie Kosky's new production of The Nose is still available to watch for free via the Opera Europa online platform.


“Best is Nicholas Sharratt, whose poised singing and acting put Paris's dilemmas rather than Priam's at the centre of the drama” Rupert Christiensen, The Daily Telegraph

"Nicholas Sharratt is similarly strong as Count Almaviva, with a plangent tenor capable of negotiating even "Cessa di più resistere" with pleasing ease..." John Allison, The Sunday Telegraph

“Cardenio’s brother Fernando was taken by Nicholas Sharratt who sang with a fluent tenorino, floating up to his high notes in a manner similar to Gregory Kunde in younger days or Stuart Burrows. With a softly produced acuto at the end of ‘Ah, dammi, o ciel pietoso’, this was an elegant performance that was very pleasurable to listen to.” Llŷr Carvana, Opera Britannia

“Nicholas Sharratt is perfectly cast as the hapless Frederic – he’s handsome, articulate, doe-eyed and sings beautifully.” Kate Molleson, The Guardian


Nick performs "Comfort Ye and Ev'ry Valley" from Handel's Messiah

Nick sings "Povero Ernesto...Cerchero lontana terra" from Don Pasquale

Nick sings "Languir per una bella" from L'italiana in algeri