Alan Corbishley


Alan is known as a baritone having sung throughout North America and Europe, and is now more focused on producing and stage direction.  Alan is the founding Artistic Director of Sound the Alarm:  Music/Theatre and as a stage director, his productions have been called “Poetry on Stage”, and have been named in Vancouver’s Annual Best Music Events  by, including “Best Opera Production in 2017” for Handel’s Acis & Galatea, and “Vancouver’s Best Experiment of 2018” for City Opera Vancouver’s production of Nigredo Hotel in 2018.  With City Opera Vancouver, Alan also directed The Lost Operas of Mozart, and directed and co-created their production Berlin:  The Last Cabaret, presented at the 2020 PuSh Festival to sold out crowds.  His original cinematic concert Dragging Piaf was featured at Vancouver’s Queer Arts Festival to rave reviews.  He is the Creative Director for the award winning Theatre for the Ears, a series of audio-dramas and is a co-director/producer for the Canadian opera premiere of Angel’s Bone

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