DIRECTOR, SINGER, ANIMATEUR
Freya Wynn-Jones
Tycho's Dream (2014), Glyndebourne
About
Freya Wynn-Jones is a director, singer and animateur working across a wide range of professional, educational and community settings. With a particular interest in the relationship between theatre and vocal art, Freya works on numerous collaborations to write, compose and devise new work.



Upcoming Projects
Jan-Feb (performance Feb 17)
Jan-Feb (performance Feb 17)
ENO Youth Programme: Satyagraha devising project
A three day devising process exploring Satyagraha with 13-18 year olds from the London area. The final product will be shared at Lilian Baylis House.
Feb-Mar
Feb-Mar
Glyndebourne: Backstage Project
As part of Glyndebourne's Arts Award development, Freya will be running primary workshops with primary aged children to introduce them to the opera house and the different elements involved in opera making.
March
March
Aurora Orchestra: Far Far Away
As a development of Aurora's Far Far Away program, Freya will be working with instrumentalists in Chiltern Wood School to bring Tchaikovsky and The Marvellous Kingdom to pupils with varying Special Educational Needs.
Feb-Mar (performance Mar 22)
Feb-Mar (performance Mar 22)
Snappy Operas: Mahogany Opera Group
Taking Mahogany Opera Group's second round of five ten-minute opera's to primary school children in the Leicestershire community.
March-August
March-August
Royal Opera House: Youth Opera Company
Freya will be working with the Royal Opera House Youth Opera Company over the coming months. The Royal Opera House's Youth Opera Company is a 50-strong group of diverse, talented children aged nine to 13 years old. Members come from across Greater London and from a wide variety of backgrounds. What they have in common is real potential as singers and actors; potential that they discover and develop through being part of the Company. They generally meet once a fortnight, at the Royal Opera House, for a full day of workshops and rehearsals.
March 23
March 23
Royal Opera House: Create and Sing Carmen
Create and Sing Carmen is the Royal Opera House's new national dramatic singing programme for primary schools. As part of the training for this work, Freya will be running workshops providing teachers with the skills and resources to create their own class performance inspired by the music of Bizet's opera Carmen.
June (performance June 18, The Nevill Holt Opera House)
June (performance June 18, The Nevill Holt Opera House)
Snappy Operas : Mahogany Opera Group
To celebrate the opening of the Nevill Holt Opera House in June, Leicestershire Music Hub will be re-staging their five Snappy Operas.
June 19-21
June 19-21
Magic Flute Residency: Garsington Opera
Alongside the festival, Garsington Opera are delivering creative residencies in local schools giving secondary aged pupils the chance to engage with the stories, themes and characters from The Magic Flute. A three-day residency is being held at The Misbourne school alongside composer Hannah Conway.
June - July (performance July 4 at National Memorial Arboretum, Lichfield)
June - July (performance July 4 at National Memorial Arboretum, Lichfield)
Trench Brothers : HMDT Music
Lichfield Festival will see performances of HMDT Music's piece Trench Brothers take place with 4 primary aged classes at the National Memorial Arboretum.
Feb-July (performance July 7)
Feb-July (performance July 7)
Noye's Fludde: Lichfield Festival
Directing a community production of Britten's opera as part of Lichfields 2018 Music Festival. The performance will take place in Lichfield Cathedral alongside a local primary schools, The Lichfield Cathedral Young Singer and Voices program, musicians from CHETS and professional singers.
October (performance 17th October, Brighton Dome)
October (performance 17th October, Brighton Dome)
Trench Brothers: HMDT Music
As part of HMDT's work, Trench Brothers sees it's finale performance taking place at Brighton Dome. A culmination of three years work working with primary aged children, and a professional team of singers and puppeteers, Trench Brothers explores the often forgotten story of Indian and West Indies soldiers contribution to the First World War.
Nov-Dec
Nov-Dec
Raise Your Voice: Glyndebourne
Now in it's tenth year, Freya will be working with Glyndebourne to deliver workshops to people living with a dementia and their carers in this five week project.
Past Projects
2018

  • Opera By The Sea, Magna Vitae and Garsington Opera dementia project.
  • MotherDaughter (Oxford House, Bethnal Green). Spitalfields Music, Open Call.
  • Snappy Operas (The Gala, Durham), Mahogany Opera Group
2017

2016

2015

Contact me
07841 598351
freya@freyawynnjones.co.uk
Brighton, London and beyond.
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