John Mark Ainsley (born 9 July 1963) is an English lyric tenor. Known for his supple voice, Ainsley is particularly admired for his interpretations of baroque music and the works of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. More recently he has gravitated successfully towards 20th-century music, singing in operas by Henze, Janáček, and Britten.
Tracks (36)Last Played on BBCOf old when heroes thought it base Z.333 (The Yorkshire feast song)
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