Jeremy Huw Williams Baritone

The Welsh baritone studied at St John's College, Cambridge, at the National Opera Studio, and with April Cantelo.  He made his debut with Welsh National Opera as Guglielmo and has since appeared in fifty operatic roles.  He has given performances at major venues in North and South America, Australia, Hong Kong, and most European countries.

As a principal singer with Welsh National Opera he appeared at the opening night of the Wales Millennium Centre, and received the inaugural Sir Geraint Evans Award from the Welsh Music Guild.  He won the classical music category in the 2008 Creative Wales Awards and was awarded an Honorary Fellowship of Glyndwr University in 2009 for services to music in Wales.

Jeremy Huw Williams Baritone

He has given recitals at Wigmore Hall and Purcell Room, and has appeared with BBC NOW in Tippett’s King Priam at the Royal Festival Hall, the CBSO in Lambert’s Summer’s Last Will and Testament at Symphony Hall, the Halle in Handel’s Messiah at the Bridgewater Hall, the Philharmonia in Mozart’s Requiem at St David’s Hall, the BBC SO in Nielsen’s Third Symphony at the Royal Albert Hall during the BBC Proms, the RLPO in Rawsthorne's Medieval Diptych, the BBC SSO in Adams’s The Wound Dresser at City Halls, the BBC Philharmonic in Schubert’s Mass in Ab, the RPO in Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, the LPO in Watson’s O! Captain, the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra in Mathias’s This Worlde’s Joie at the Three Choirs Festival, and the BBC CO in Stainer’s Crucifixion at Southwark Cathedral. He frequently records for BBC Radio 3 (in recital, and with the BBC NOW, CBSO, BBC SO, BBC SSO, BBC Philharmonic and BBC CO), and has made many commercial recordings, including seven solo discs of songs.