Fflur Wyn

Welsh soprano, Fflur Wyn, graduated with a B.Mus(Hons). and Dip.RAM from the Royal Academy of Music London, where she studied with Beatrice Unsworth and Clara Taylor. She is the recipient of many awards and scholarships which include First Prize and Audience Prize at the National Handel Competition, the Kathleen Ferrier Bursary, the London Welsh Young Singer of the Year, the Bryn Terfel Scholarship and the MOCSA Young Welsh Singer Prize.

Her operatic performances include Pamina (The Magic Flute - Holland Park Opera); Barbarina (Le Nozze di Figaro - La Monnaie); Iphis (Jephtha – Welsh National Opera); Sophie (Werther), Clerida (Croesus by Keiser), Gretel (Hansel and Gretel) Papagena (The Magic Flute), and cover Giulietta (Capuleti e i Montecchi) all for Opera North; Karolka (Jenufa – St Endellion Festival with the late Richard Hickox); Susanna (The Marriage of Figaro - Court Opera); and she created the role of Adele (Jane Eyre by Berkeley - Music Theatre Wales, The Linbury Theatre Covent Garden). Whilst at the Academy, her roles included Almirena Rinaldo, Serpetta La Finta Giardiniera, First Boy The Magic Flute, conducted by Sir Colin Davis and Young Vixen The Cunning Little Vixen, conducted by Sir Charles Mackerras.

Oratorio and concert appearances include Bach Christmas Oratorio with the Combattimento Consort and Jan Willem de Vriend; Handel Jephtha with Cappella Amsterdam and Daniel Reuss; Haydn Harmoniemesse with the Northern Sinfonia and Thomas Zehetmair; Haydn Creation with The Gabrieli Consort and Paul McCreesh; Handel Messiah with The English Concert and Harry Bicket; Mozart Exsultate Jubilate with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and with The European Union Chamber Orchestra; Mozart Mass in C minor with the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra; Bach St John Passion conducted by David Hill with the Opera North Orchestra; Handel Judas Maccabeus and Bach St John Passion at the London Handel Festival with Laurence Cummings; and Orff Carmina Burana with the Chamber Orchestra of Wales and Andrew Greenwood. Fflur made her Proms debut in Mozart Thamos with John Lubbock and the Orchestra of St John's. Her most recent recitals include performances at The King’s Place, St John’s Smith Square and The Howard Assembly Room.