DIRECTOR and opera, music, theatre maker
Freya Wynn-Jones
Tycho's Dream (2014), Glyndebourne
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.

Forthcoming Projects
performances 23 June (Southbank Centre) and 20 July (Tilbury Carnival)
performances 23 June (Southbank Centre) and 20 July (Tilbury Carnival)
Singing Our Lives Stage Director
A ground-breaking creative process bringing together singers and musicians from refugee, migrant and local UK backgrounds to compose and perform new music together. Freya directs the Singing Our Lives Massed Ensemble this Summer.

20 July (Tilbury Cruise Terminal)
20 July (Tilbury Cruise Terminal)
It Takes A Village: Royal Opera House Thurrock Community Chorus
Working closely with the ROH TCC team to select repertoire and plan programmes for performance to create a short dramatic program in Tilbury and other venues. Explore themes of refugee, migration and generation.
July-Aug (performance 2 August in the Paul Hamlyn Hall)
July-Aug (performance 2 August in the Paul Hamlyn Hall)
Streetwise Opera Residency: Royal Opera House
Directing, devising and exploring stage craft with Streetwise Opera's London group in response to Barrie Kosky's production of Carmen. Running over several weeks, the project will culminate with a sharing in the Paul Hamlyn Hall on 2 August.
15-19 Sept
15-19 Sept
Under One Roof R&D: Filament Theatre
Working alongside the wonderful Filament Theatre to R&D their revisit of production Under One Roof. Freya returns to this choral theatre company as a performer.
July-Sept (performance 20 September at ACCA)
July-Sept (performance 20 September at ACCA)
Not Drowning But Waving: RAPT (Choir With No Name Music Director)
Co-commissioned by University College London Culture, this new RAPT project will begin R&D in June 2019. Through key autobiographical stories, we take a coastal tour of the UK exploring the notion of staying afloat and 'tipping points' across socio-cultural and scientific domains with academics, journalists, communities and individuals.
Singers from The Choir With No Name, Brighton are being offered the chance to participate in this project, using their own words to sing newly composed sea shanties about the changing landscape of their coastal community. Working alongside composer James Redwood and Director Emma Higham, Freya will be coming on board as choir director for this project.
21 September
21 September
Choir With No Name Anniversary Gig: All Saints Church, Hove
Celebrating one year of the Choir With No Name coming to Brighton, we will be singing our hearts out to some top tunes at the wonderful venue All Saints Church.
Past Projects




Ongoing Projects
In 2018, Freya was appointed Associate Artist to the Royal Opera House Youth Opera Company.
Royal Opera House Youth Opera Company
Associate Artist
Freya runs the Brighton branch of Choir With No Name, which opened in the summer of 2018. The choir is open to people who have experienced homelessness and other marginalised groups.
The Choir With No Name
Choir Director
Since 2016, Freya has run the Voicings Collective, interrogating the democracy of devising to create new works of classical music-theatre.
Voicings Collective
In Jan 2019, Freya was invited to become an Associate Artist with intergenerational arts charity, Magic Me.
Magic Me
Associate Artist
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