Since graduating from the Opera Course at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in 2017, Bryony has adapted her classical technique to apply to whatever genre she sings. Bryony has sung to audiences from 10 to 3,500 people with events from classical recitals to charity balls and slots at jazz clubs such as Ronnie Scott's or launching fashion shows for Vogue-featured designer Joshua Millard.
Bryony is an outstandingly versatile and charismatic performer and has already sung with UK Opera companies Opera GlassWorks, Longborough Festival Opera and touring ensembles VoxCollective and the Transatlantic Ensemble, with whom she tours regularly.
Not only does Bryony perform but she writes and after working with Jamie Brown at JBJ Studios, her debut EP
'V E X E D' is now available on all platforms under her own name.
As an actor, Bryony has played Mary Macarthur in critically acclaimed folk ballad opera/musical 'Rouse, ye women!' with Townsend Productions, which toured the country this time last year.
After an insanely busy December of hosting Cabaret shows across Town as Belle Canto and playing Cinderella with West End in Schools, Bryony settles back into the usual rhythm of only a few shows a week and writing more again.