Catherine Wyn-Rogers studied at the Royal College of Music and works with Diane Forlano. She appears regularly at the BBC Proms, Wigmore Hall and the Three Choirs, Edinburgh and Aldeburgh festivals. She has performed with Slatkin, Haitink, Andrew Davis, Colin Davis, Rozhdestvensky, Mackerras, Norrington and Mehta, and has recorded extensively for the major labels.
A regular guest of the Bayerische Staatsoper, English National Opera and Royal Opera House, Covent Garden she has also performed at the houses of Chicago, Houston, Milan, Amsterdam, Dresden, Madrid and Paris, at Scottish Opera, Welsh National Opera and Opera North, and at the Salzburg, Glyndebourne and Verbier festivals. She sang Erda and Waltraute in Valencia and Florence with Zubin Mehta, and Adelaide Arabella for the Metropolitan Opera. Recent highlights include The Dream of Gerontius with the Staatskapelle Berlin(Daniel Barenboim), which was released on CD by Decca, Barber’s Vanessa with the Deutsche Symphonie Orchester (David Zinman), a new production of Frank Martin’s Le vin herbe for Welsh National Opera, and Peter Grimes at the Edinburgh Festival (Edward Gardner).
Forthcoming engagements include Enescu’s Oedipe with the Dutch National Opera, Auntie Peter Grimes with the Teatro Real Madrid and a return to the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden.