After an 8-year hiatus, Frazer made a successful return to the operatic stage in 2022, performing the role of Caronte in John Caird's critically acclaimed Monteverdi's ORFEO at Garsington Opera. He also stepped-in to understudy the role of Harry in Panufnik's DALIA during the same season. For his professional and personal contributions and musical skill during the season, Garsington Opera awarded Frazer the 2022 Helen Clarke Award.
Frazer went on to make his BBC Symphony Orchestra and Opera North debuts in the seasons following his return. He was a soloist in the George Walker Mass (BBCSO) at the Barbican Centre in November 2022. He performed the role of Lackey ARIADNE AUF NAXOS and understudied Parson CUNNING LITTLE VIXEN for Opera North in their Winter Season 2022/23. Summer 2023 saw Frazer perform STRONGMAN (aka Indián) in Garsington Opera's BARTERED BRIDE revival and understudy Truffaldino ARIADNE AUF NAXOS. He joined the English National Ballet production of Stravinksy's LES NOCES at Sadler's Wells in Autumn '23, singing the Bass Solos alongside the Chorus of Opera Holland Park.
“An accomplished farceur” (The Independent), Frazer’s notable Operatic credits include Geronimo, THE SECRET MARRIAGE (British Youth Opera) Pantalone THE ADVENTURES OF PINOCHIO (GSMD), Jupiter [cover] ORPHEUS IN THE UNDERWORLD (Scottish Opera), Mr Twigg, THE COOPER (Guildhall School).
Concert appearances span from Wigmore Hall to St Martin in the Fields; Cheltenham Festival to the Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford. At the Wigmore Hall final of the 2013 Maureen Lehane Vocal Awards, Frazer was awarded the Audience Prize and 1st Runner Up, performing alongside Amber Rainey. He was also a finalist in the Reginald Vincent Lider Prize in 2008.
Frazer appears as a soloist on the Orchestra of St John’s recording of Mozart’s Requiem. He was the voice of Kettle Chips adverts across the USA and was previously a featured voice, singing jingles for BBC Radio. Frazer made his BBC Radio 3 debut alongside Richard Goulding, Jemma Redgrave and Stephanie Cole in Summer 2014, appearing as 'Wilf' in Iain Burnside’s radio-play version of 'A Soldier and a Maker'.
Frazer Scott studied on the Guildhall School of Music & Drama's Opera Course where he had also studied as a Postgraduate singer. As an undergraduate, he was awarded a First Class Hons. BMus Degree from (the now Royal) Birmingham Conservatoire. He studies with Christine Cairns.
Frazer is represented by Music International.