Sarah Tynan

Recently nominated by the Evening Standard as one of the most influential artists in the UK, British soprano Sarah Tynan is well established as one of the most exciting and versatile singers of her generation.


Tynan’s extraordinarily intrepid performance surely crosses into realms where no opera singer has gone before.”

– Richard Morrison, The Times

With repertoire ranging from Handel to Henze, notable recent engagements include the title roles in Lucia di Lammermoor, Partenope and The Merry Widow; Romilda Xerxes, Euridice Orphée by Glass, Rosina The Barber of Seville for ENO, Pat Nixon Nixon in China with the Royal Danish Opera, Fiorilla Il Turco in Italia for Garsington, Despina Cosi fan tutte for Opera Holland Park, a staged production of Britten’s Les Illuminations with the Aurora Orchestra at the Aldeburgh Festival, the Governess The Turn of the Screw for Opera North and the title role in Semele for the Handel and Haydn Society, Boston.

Recent concerts have included Beethoven 9 at the Maggio Musicale Festival, Haydn’s The Creation at the Edinburgh Festival, The Messiah with The Sixteen and Mahler 4 with the CBSO.

A full biography can be found here

Alongside her performing schedule, Sarah also runs a teaching studio and in September 2020 she joined the vocal faculty at the Royal College of Music.
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Sarah is represented worldwide by Helen Hogh at Groves Artists

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