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Tenor Ian Honeyman has developed an enviable reputation through his work with many of Europe's leading opera hous-es and early music ensembles. His range of work and experience is wide; he has been particularly admired as the Evangelist in Bach's Passions, and for his concert and recording work with Paul Dombrecht and Il Fondamento. At the Opéra Comique he was Hippolyte in Rameau's masterwork; later he was to return there as Quint in Britten's Turn of the Screw.
Recently, he has appeared there in Le Jardin des délices, a Franco-Chinese rever-ie, with the Péniche Opéra under Mireille Laroche, accompanying himself on lute and harpsichord. Other engagements have included Britten's music at the Gran Teatro La Fenice in Venice - in concert with Serenade and on stage in Billy Budd - returning for Cherubini's Anacréon and in Virgil Thompson's Four Saints.
As member of Les Arts Florissants, he appeared in Bach's Passions, Handel's Acis and Galetea, in recordings and tours all over Europe. Ian Honeyman has also worked with Corboz, Curtis, Herreweghe, Koopman and Malgoire.
Theatre of Early Music