IMG Artists is delighted to welcome baritone Thomas Mole to its roster for General Management. He will be represented by Isabella Pitman from the London office.
Winner of the 2021 Guildhall Gold Medal and the 2021 John Christie Award, Mole is a member of the Bayerische Staatsoper Opera Studio. Recent roles include Kuligan (Káťa Kabanová) and Nick Shadow (The Rake’s Progress) for the Glyndebourne Festival and the Glyndebourne Tour, and Escamillo (Carmen) and Count Horn (Un ballo in maschera) for Opera Holland Park. On the concert platform, Mole made his Russian debut touring with MusicAeterna/Teodor Currentzis singing Fauré’s Requiem and has sung Vaughan Williams’ Songs of Travel for the opening night of the Three Choirs Festival.
In the 2022/23 season, his roles for the Bayerische Staatsoper include Flemish Deputy Don Carlo, José Castro La fanciulla del west, Comandante Manon Lescaut, Adjutant from Napoleon’s entourage War and Peace, Flora’s Servant La traviata, A Hunter Rusalka and Mitjucha Boris Godunov. Mole will remain as a member of the Studio for the 2023/24 season. Future engagements include a return to the Glyndebourne Festival.
Mole said, “It is an honour to be represented by Isabella Pitman and join the esteemed roster of musicians and artists at IMGA. I am optimistic about the future and all the potential and growth it offers.”
Pitman said, “I’m thrilled to welcome Thomas to the IMGA roster. For a singer of only 25, he is already a remarkably rounded artist and I’m looking forward to seeing his career evolve over the coming years.”
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