Eamonn Dougan is an inspirational communicator with a wide-ranging repertoire and is a renowned vocal coach and baritone. Eamonn is Associate Conductor of The Sixteen, founding Director of Britten Sinfonia Voices, Music Director of the Thomas Tallis Society, and Chief Conductor for Jersey Chamber Orchestra. Read more
Conducting engagements have included the world premiere of James MacMillan All the Hills and Vales Along at the Cumnock Tryst Festival, he assisted Sir Mark Elder for the world premiere concert and recording of Puccini Le Villi with Opera Rara and the London Philharmonic Orchestra and conducted the off-stage chorus for Berlioz L’Enfance du Christ with The Hallé, Britten Sinfonia Voices and Genesis Sixteen for BBC Proms. He directed The Sixteen’s highly acclaimed tour of Australia and Singapore, Messiah with Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León and Cappella Amsterdam, Bilbao Orkestra Sinfonikoa and Real Orquesta Sinfónica de Sevilla, and made his debut at the La Seine Musicale with renowned ensemble Accentus and in Copenhagen with Danish National Symphony Orchestra, VokalEnsemblet and KoncertKor. Eamonn directed De Profundis on their Hyperion release Juan Esquivel’s Missa Hortus Conclusus. Eamonn’s developing opera work has included Dido and Aeneas, Mozart La finta giardiniera and Così fan tutte with Ryedale Festival Opera.
Eamonn has a highly successful five-disc Polish Baroque series with The Sixteen. The series includes the discs The Blossoming Vine, Helper and Protector, and music by Bartlomiej Pekiel Gorczycki and Marcin Mielczewski.
Eamonn is a Visiting Professor to the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London, where he teaches ensemble singing and directs the Guildhall Consort. Eamonn Dougan is managed worldwide by Percius.