About Alfie Boe
Britain’s leading tenor Alfie Boe has triumphed on theatre stages and in concert halls on both sides of the Atlantic. He shared a Tony award for his role in Baz Luhrmann’s 2002 revival of ‘La Boheme’ on Broadway and scaled new heights of popularity as Valjean in the West End stage production of ‘Les Miserables’ in London and its 25th anniversary performance in 2010. Now 41, he grew up in Lancashire as one of nine children and was famously discovered while singing opera on the production line of his job in a car factory. A graduate of the Royal College of Music, and the Royal Opera House’s Young Artists Programme, his subsequent string of solo albums spanning familiar favourites from the worlds of opera, pop and folk have earned him four Top Ten hits.