Fflur Wyn

Soprano

Having already gained wide acclaim for her performances on the operatic stage as well as the concert platform, Welsh soprano Fflur Wyn is quickly establishing herself as one of the country’s foremost young singers. She was recently elected an Associate of the Royal Academy of Music (ARAM) in recognition of her distinguished contribution to the music profession so far.

Her operatic performances include Jemmy Guillaume Tell, Iphis Jephtha, Blonde Die Entführung aus dem Serail, and Dorinda in Handel’s Orlando (WNO); Pamina The Magic Flute, Alice Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, and the title role in Lakmé (Opera Holland Park); Barbarina Le nozze di Figaro, La Plus Jeune Fille Au Monde (La Monnaie); Giannetta L’elisir d’amore,SophieWerther, Marzelline Fidelio, Blue Fairy The Adventures of Pinocchio, Servilia La Clemenza di Tito, Woodbird Siegfried (Opera North); Mimi in Offenbach’s Vert Vert (Garsington Opera); Governess The Turn of the Screw (Mexico City); Blonde Woman Thanks to my Eyes (Aix en Provence, La Monnaie, Paris); Daughter The Lion’s Face (The Opera Group, ROH); and Girl How the Whale Became (Royal Opera House).

Fflur has worked with many great conductors and orchestras including Sir Colin Davis, Sir Charles Mackerras, Sir Richard Armstrong, Harry Bicket and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra, The Gabrieli Consort and The English Concert. Recent recitals include performances at Kings Place, St John’s Smith Square, Wilton’s Music Hall and The Howard Assembly Room.

Recent and future performances include the role of Fire/Nightingale/Princess L’enfant et les Sortileges, Trio Soprano Trouble in Tahiti, and Sophie Der Rosenkavalier for Opera North; Cunegonde Candide for West Green House Opera; Celia Lucio Silla for Buxton Opera; a revival of her critically acclaimed performance of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland with Opera Holland Park; the title role in Handel’s Theodora with the RIAS Kammerchor in Berlin; Pleasure The Choice of Hercules with the Göttingen International Handel Festival; Bach’s Christmas Oratorio with the Copenhagen Philharmonic Orchestra; Orff’s Carmina Buranawith the CBSO; Fauré Requiem with BBCNOW; and the New Year Viennese Gala concerts with the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra.