The Australian tenor, Glenn Winslade, studied at the New South Wales Conservatorium and at the Vienna Conservatory.
Glenn Winslade has sung with English National Opera as Ferrando; Victoria State Opera as Belmonte, Walter von der Vogelweide and Don Ottavio; Scottish Opera as Mozart's Titus and Australian Opera as Oronte in Alcina. He made his Covent Garden debut in 1990, as Vogelgesang in Die Meistersinger, and had further appearances with Glyndebourne Festival and Touring Opera, New Sadler's Wells Opera (Merry Widow); Freiburg Oper, Semper Oper Dresden (Belmonte), Stuttgart Opera and the Netherlands Opera (ldomeneo)
Glenn Winslade's other roles include Tamino, the Prince in The Love of Three Oranges. Stroh (Intermezzo), Elemer (Arabella), Amenophis (Moses), Ernesto and Nemorino; Fracasso in La Finta Semplce; Lindoro and Alfredo; Jacquino in Fidelio, Steuermann (Der fliegende Hollander) and Jason in Cherubini's Medee.
Glenn Winslade had concert engagements with the Musica Antiqua Vienna, Duke University North Carolina, RAI Milan and the BBC.
Recordings include: Messiah with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra; Merry Widow. Honours: Winner, Australian Opera Auditions, Esso/Glyndebourne Touring and John Christie Glyndebourne awards.