Siân’s time at the Studio is generously supported by The Nicholas John Trust
Born in Brighton and educated in East Sussex, Siân Griffiths completed her undergraduate studies in Ancient History from the University of Reading whilst studying singing privately with her current teacher, John Evans. From there she was accepted on to a postgraduate in voice at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and graduated with distinction.
In 2019, Siân was accepted onto Guildhall’s Opera course and completed her studies there this summer before joining the National Opera Studio in September. Previous opera experience includes covering the roles of Olga (Eugene Onegin) and Ragonde (Le comte Ory) in Garsington’s 2021 productions, as well as chorus in both productions; Zanetto in Guildhall’s production of Mascagni’s Zanetto; Ninetta and Smeraldina in Guildhall’s production of Jonathan Dove’s Little Green Swallow (in 2020 and 2021 respectively); Angelina in British Youth Opera’s 2019 production of La Cenerentola (in English).
Previous concert experience includes soloist in Iain Burnside’s project Medtner and Friends at Guildhall; chorus in Belshazzar’s Feast at the Barbican Centre; chorus in Venice Baroque Orchestra’s Concert of Juditha Triumphans; and soloist in Brahms & His Poets, led by Stephan Loges at Guildhall.
Updated January 2022. This biography should not be reproduced without asking permission from the National Opera Studio.