Bronwen Stephens


photo credit: Onur Pinur :

photo credit: Onur Pinur :

Originally from Adelaide, Australia, Bronwen is a classically trained vocalist who was brought up surrounded by classical music and language, laying the foundations for her love of opera, travel and foreign dialects.

As a recitalist, Bronwen specialises in Rogue Opera performances for private and corporate events, creating an up close and personal experience of engaging and moving opera. She is regularly in demand for her one-woman 'opera cabaret' show as well as for weddings and parties. She has sung in small intimate churches to grand venues such as The Painted Hall of the Royal Naval Academy in Greenwich.

In 2014, Bronwen joined Secret Opera, performing 'Mercedes'  and covering 'Carmen' in Bizet's Carmen. In 2015, with the same company, she will sing the title role of Carmen in April, and debut the new role of 'Madre Germont' in Secret Opera's The Trousered Traviata - an all-female re-imaginging of Verdi's La traviata in London in February and then on tour in April and May, including to the Brighton Fringe and Deal.

Other solo performances have included live vocals at various house club nights and she recently busked around London as part of Radio 3's Genius of Mozart program. Bronwen is also one half of avant garde ElectroOpera group, Intelligentsia, fulfilling a long held goal of fusing classical sound with electronica.

Choral performances have taken her to from Riga to Rome to Kuala Lumpur and Perth and have included concerts in the Vatican, the Royal Albert Hall, the Royal Festival Hall and St Paul's Catherdral with the London Philharmonic Choir and Voce Chamber Choir.