English tenor turns to drawing bloodmain
The outstanding opera tenor Peter Hoare spoke on the BBC’s Today programme about how he became a phlebotomist after his engagements collapsed during Covid.
‘A friend in the NHS said we’re desperate for phlebotomists and swabbers,’ he said, ‘so I went for an audition, sorry interview…’
Peter hoare has sung two roles at the Met and several significant UK premieres.
Listen to the interview here at 02.26