Osian Wyn Bowen - Tenor
Welsh Tenor, Osian Wyn Bowen originates from the harbour town of
Burry Port, South Wales. Currently he is an undergraduate student,
studying under renowned tenor, Adrian Thompson at the Royal Welsh
College of Music & Drama in Cardiff.
Osian has performed in concert with Sir Bryn Terfel, Soprano
Rebecca Evans, Soprano Elin Manahan Thomas, Baritone Gary
Griffiths, Tenors Aled Hall and Rhys Meirion. Venues include the
RWCMD Dora Stoutzker Hall, St. David’s Hall, The Principality
Stadium, Wales Millennium Centre, Llandaff Cathedral, Venue Cymru,
The O2 Arena, The Queen’s Theatre, London, Houses of Parliament,
Buckingham Palace and the Milford Haven Music Festival.
He has worked with some of Wales’ and the world’s best coaches
and accompanists including, Jeff Howard, Simon Lepper, Joseph
Middleton and Kathryn Harries.
Osian recently made his Operatic debut with RWCMD, playing the
role of ‘Monostatos’, in their production of Mozart’s, ‘Magic
Flute’. He has also performed in opera choruses in productions of
‘La Cenerentola’ (RWCMD), and ‘Paul Bunyan’ and ‘Hedd Wyn’ (WNYO).
Other choral performances and concerts include ‘Gloria – Vivaldi’,
‘Beethoven’s 9th Symphony’, ‘Mozart’s Requiem’, and ‘Stabat Mater –
Szymanowski’. Osian is also a popular soloist for concerts and
oratorios under the baton of Edward Rhys Harry, the most recent
being Saint Sëan Christmas Oratorio, Handel’s Messiah and Mozart’s
Vesperae Solennes De Confessore.
Television appearances include S4C’s ‘Heno’,‘Les Mis – Y Daith’,
Cyngerdd y 10 Tenor, Noson Lawen and BBC’s Songs of Praise. Other
highlights include playing the lead role of Jean Valjean in Les
Miserables as part of the Urdd’s National Theatre company’s 10 Year
Anniversary production at the WMC, Cardiff. In July 2017, Osian
received an invitation to perform in front of Prince Charles, other
members of the Royal Family and European Ministers in Belgium at
the Tyne Cot, World War 1 Cemetery as part of the BBC’s
commemoration to the Battle of Passchendaele, which was broadcast