Snell, Martin, active 1989-2017

Martin Snell was born and educated in Dunedin, New Zealand. After law studies and professional qualification he entered the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester, England to commence postgraduate vocal studies with Patrick McGuigan in September 1991, graduating with distinction in 1994. He has received many awards and scholarships, including winning the 1993 Mobil Song Quest and a major scholarship from the Peter Moores Foundation, London.

Martin Snell has been a resident artist with Theater St Gallen, Theater Basel, and Luzerner Theater. Since August 2005 he has worked as a freelance performer based in Lucerne, Switzerland and attained Swiss citizenship in 2010.

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Date: 1985 From: Robert S Mills : Recordings By: Evans, Tecwyn, 1971-; Snell, Martin, active 1989-2017 Ref: MSC-021844 Description: Recording made privately for private circulation on the St Paul's 1985 tour of England and Europe. At least two further such tours were subsequently underta...
Date: 1990-1999 Ref: Eph-A-OPERA-WCO-1990s Description: Includes: 1990: The Wellington City Opera. The 1990 Caltex season at the Opera. "Die Fledermaus"; "Madama Butterfly". Pamphlet / booking form (2 copies) Well...
Date: 2 Jul 1989 From: Simpson, Adrienne Marie, 1943-2010 : Papers By: Brown, Christina, active 1989; King, Tracey, active 1989; Lehel, Gyorgy, 1926-1989; Moss, Jennifer, active 1989; New Zealand Symphony Orchestra; Rhodes, Teddy Tahu, 1966-; Smith, Campbell, active 1989; Snell, Martin, active 1989-2017 Ref: MSC-005768 Description: 17th Mobil Song Quest recorded live at the Michael Fowler Centre Quantity: 1 audiocassette(s).
Date: 1994 Ref: Eph-B-MUSIC-1994-2 Description: Includes: Baynet CRA Limited. Farewell recital for Margot McLaughlin, mezzo soprano (With Karen Heathcote, Bruce Greenfield, Bernd Benthaak). 22 August 1994....
Date: [2005-2009] Ref: Eph-D-OPERA-2005/2009 Description: Includes posters for: 2005. “Phantasmic. The greatest hits of Andrew Lloyd Webber in concert”, Michael Fowler Centre, 15-23 April 2005, featuring the Wellin...