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Robyn Lyn Evans


Robyn Lyn Evans is from Ceredigion in mid Wales and is a postgraduate of the Royal College of Music, a graduate of Trinity College Carmarthen, and recipient of the Stuart Burrows Bursary. His singing career started in the Eisteddfod competitions of Wales with highlights including the National Eisteddfod of Wales scholarship, International Young Singer of the Year Llangollen International Eisteddfod, Osborne Roberts Memorial Prize, and Lampeter Eisteddfod Blue Riband.

In the current season engagements include Proms and Gala concerts for Raymond Gubbay at venues including the Barbican and Bridgewater Hall; Orff Carmina Burana with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Don José (cover) Carmen for Scottish Opera.

Highlights in recent seasons include Lord Cecil and Roberto in Roberto Devereux for Welsh National Opera; Luigi Il tabarro Rodolfo La bohème and Lensky Eugene Onegin for Mid Wales Opera; Pinkerton Madama Butterfly and Ruggero La rondine for West Green House Opera; and Cavaradossi Tosca for Diva Opera.

Opera roles include Rodolfo La bohème (English National Opera, English Touring Opera, Opera Project, Diva Opera); Don José, CarmenAlfredo La traviata and Macduff Macbeth (Scottish Opera); Ismaele NabuccoLord Hervey Anna Bolena (Welsh National Opera); Malcolm Macbeth (Opera North); Don Ottavio Don Giovanni (English Touring Opera); Pinkerton Madam Butterfly (Royal Albert Hall); (Opera Project, Longborough Festival Opera); and Rinuccio Gianni Schicchi and Fenton Falstaff (Opera Project). He has also performed Gérald Lakmé, Prince Rusalka, Ernesto Don Pasquale, and Ferrando Cosí fan tutte. Roles understudied include Alfredo La traviata (English National Opera); Henri Les vêpres siciliennes, Duke of Mantua Rigoletto, Leicester Maria Stuarda (Welsh National Opera); and Tebaldo I Capuleti e i Montecchi (Opera North).

Robyn can be frequently heard on the concert platform with countless performances from the oratorio repertoire and appearances which have taken him to the Royal Albert Hall, Royal Philharmonic Hall Liverpool, Usher Hall Edinburgh, St David’s Hall Cardiff, as well as guest soloist with choirs touring Europe.

He is also in demand on radio and television as a performer as well as a vocal commentator for BBC Cymru Television and BBC Radio Cymru and has released two solo albums entitled ROBYN LYN…tenor and Robyn Lyn Evans Tenor Ah! mes amis.

Steven Swales Artist Management represents Robyn Lyn Evans worldwide


Luigi / Il tabarro / Mid Wales Opera / 2021
“…with vocal virility, his ringing tones gloriously ardent.”
(Opera Today)

“…sung by Evans with almost excruciating ardour.”
(Wales Arts Review)

Ruggero / La rondine / West Green House Opera / 2021
“Robyn Lyn Evans reveals a brilliantly smooth and light sound as Ruggero…”

“Evans adds powerful singing to well-measured acting in the part.”

Devereux / Roberto Devereux / Welsh National Opera / 2019
“Devereux was sung by Robyn Lyn Evans. It was revelatory. A young singer, with the virility and passion the part needs but also the high lyricism in the voice to carry off all the emotion and charm the character requires. It was one of the most exciting evenings I can recall in recent years of many, many performances.”



Raymond Gubbay

1 April 2023

Orff: Carmina Burana
Conductor: Hilary Davan Wetton

Scottish Opera

12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 23, 25, 27 May | 1, 3, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17 Jun 2023

Bizet: Carmen
Conductor: Dane Lam
Director: John Fulljames

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