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Huw Ynyr

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Artist Manager: Rhian Williams rhian.williams@harlequin-agency.co.uk


Welsh lyric tenor Huw Ynyr combines a natural stage charm with a musical instinctiveness. He is currently following a two year M.A Opera Performance course at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Cardiff with a Master of Music from the University of Wales, Bangor. Winner of the Urdd Gobaith Cymru Bryn Terfel Scholarship, he has also performed in concert with Sir Bryn.

Welsh tenor, Huw Ynyr graduated with distinction from the M.MUS Performance course at the University of Wales, Bangor, in 2015 and continues his vocal studies on the M.A Opera Performance course at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Cardiff, under the tutelage of Adrian Thompson.

Whilst at Bangor University, Huw made his opera début in the Title Role of their production of Cavalli’s Egisto.

Recent engagements at RWCMD include Tamino in The Magic Flute and Ramiro in La Cenerentola.

In opera scenes at RWCMD, he has performed Ferrando in Cosi fan tutte; Lionel in Martha; Prunier in La Rondine and Acis in Acis and Galatea. 

This season, Huw joins Opra Cymru as Ernesto in a Welsh language adaptation of Don Pasquale.

Huw recently performed in a concert to celebrate the 90th birthday of harpist Osian Ellis at Pontio, Bangor with Sir Bryn Terfel, highlights of which were broadcast on BBC Radio Cymru.

Among his concert highlights are performing alongside Sir Bryn Terfel and former Royal Harpists, Hannah Stone and Rhianwen Pugh and a RWCMD Gala Concert conducted by Carlo Rizzi. He is a popular soloist in oratorio and his concert repertoire includes Handel’s Messiah, Stainer’s Crucifixion and Mendelssohn’s Elijah.

Huw has appeared as guest artist in the S4C television concert series ‘Noson Lawen’ for S4C and has recorded for BBC Radio Cymru.

Huw recently won the 2018 Janet Price Opera Prize; The Aneurin Davies Memorial Award; E A Redman Interpretation Prize; Eileen Price Prize for Lieder Singing and in 2017 was awarded the RWCMD’s Dame Shirley Bassey scholarship.  Other prizes include first prize in the Tenor Solo under twenty five years of age at the 2016 National Eisteddfod of Wales and he was also joint-recipient of the Eirwen Griffiths Jones Memorial Scholarship – a scholarship awarded to the most promising soloist between 19-25 years old. In 2012 he won the Urdd Gobaith Cymru Bryn Terfel Scholarship.


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DateDetails
24/11/2018

Annual Concert
Bro Aled Male Voice Choir
Bro Aled School Hall, Llansannan, Cymru. 19:30

Handel Messiah HWV 56
Mendelssohn Elijah Op. 70
Stainer Crucifixion
Handel
Messiah HWV 56
Mendelssohn
Elijah Op. 70
Stainer
Crucifixion
Cavalli EgistoTitle Role
Donizetti Don PasqualeErnesto
Flotow MarthaLionel (scenes)
Handel Acis and GalateaAcis (scenes)
Mozart The Magic FluteTamino
Mozart Cosi fan tutteFerrando (scenes)
Puccini La RondinePrunier (scenes)
Rossini La CenerentolaRamiro
Cavalli
Egisto
Title Role
Donizetti
Don Pasquale
Ernesto
Flotow
Martha
Lionel (scenes)
Handel
Acis and Galatea
Acis (scenes)
Mozart
The Magic Flute
Tamino
Mozart
Cosi fan tutte
Ferrando (scenes)
Puccini
La Rondine
Prunier (scenes)
Rossini
La Cenerentola
Ramiro

Opera

The Magic Flute

Tamino in The Magic Flute for the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Sherman Theatre Cardiff, July 2018
Get the Chance
Huw Ynyr has a very pleasant tenor voice. He also sings with great clarity.
Tamino in The Magic Flute for the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Sherman Theatre Cardiff, July 2018
Arts Scene in Wales
Huw Evans as Tamino brought a rare appeal to what is often a dreary role and he held the evening together.

This Artist Biography was last updated on 13 September 2018. It is our policy to update biographies every six months. If this information is to be used after 13 March 2019 please contact us and we shall be delighted to supply you with the latest version by return.