Duncan Rock: Operatic Baritone, Nutritionist, and Physiotherapist

Duncan Rock is a operatic baritone known for both his performances on the world’s most prestigious stages and his work as a dedicated professional in the fields of nutrition and physiotherapy.

Hailing from Australia, Rock has earned critical acclaim for his vocal prowess and interpretive skills which has led him to perform with leading opera companies, including the Metropolitan Opera (New York), The Royal Opera House (London), English National Opera, and Glyndebourne Festival Opera. Notable roles in his repertoire include  the Title Role in “Don Giovanni”, Papageno in Mozart’s "The Magic Flute," Marcello in Puccini’s "La Bohème," and Tarquinius in Britten’s "The Rape of Lucretia."

Beyond his accomplishments in opera, Duncan Rock is also a qualified nutritionist and physiotherapist. He is deeply committed to promoting the health and well-being of performers, understanding the unique physical demands placed on them. His expertise in nutrition and physiotherapy allows him to provide invaluable support to fellow singers and musicians, helping them maintain peak performance and prevent injuries.

Rock’s dual career reflects his passion for both the art of singing and the science of health, making him a unique and respected figure in both domains. Whether on stage delivering a breath-taking performance or in a clinical setting offering expert health advice, Duncan Rock’s dedication and skill are evident, making significant contributions to the worlds of opera and health.

His holistic approach to performance and wellness continues to inspire and benefit many, ensuring that artists can sustain long, healthy, and successful careers.

Upcoming Short Courses

Nutrition and Exercise for Singers – The Missing Link in Vocal Health and Longevity
Thursday 22nd August 2024
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
(London Time)

Nutrition and Exercise for Singers – The Missing Link in Vocal Health and Longevity

Duncan Rock

Discover the essential role that nutrition and exercise play in enhancing vocal health and ensuring a long-lasting singing career in our upcoming seminar, "Nutrition and Exercise for Singers – The Missing Link in Vocal Health and Longevity."