Alfie Boe’s exceptional voice has cemented him as one of Britain’s biggest-selling, most popular and best loved vocalists of his generation.
Famously discovered whilst singing at work in a Lancashire car factory, Alfie's journey has propelled him from operatic roots at the Royal College of Music and Royal Opera House, straight to the Broadway boards when he was chosen by Baz Luhrmann to star in his 2002 revival of ‘La Boheme’, for which he won a Tony Award.
Alfie returned to the stage at the London Coliseum to star in Rogers and Hammerstein's 'Carousel'.
As accomplished in leading the cast of Les Miserables as Valjean in the West End production (including the world famous 25th Anniversary performance at the O2 Arena in 2010) as he is stealing the show at Her Majesty The Queen’s 90th birthday celebrations at Windsor Castle, Alfie commercially celebrated his second #1 album with Michael Ball on 2017’s ‘Together Again’ after 2016’s ‘Together’ reached Double Platinum status and became the Christmas #1 in the UK. The return of the pair in 2017 saw also another sold out arena tour and their second one hour ITV Special, the latest triumph for an artist who has effortlessly broken the boundaries via his love of music, from acclaim on the great opera and West End stages, to major chart success.