Wesley Biggs enjoys a varied repertoire, from Baroque to contemporary music, opera to oratorio, on the concert platform and in recital. He was a 2017 Britten-Pears Young Artist and is in demand within the classical repertoire throughout the UK.
His recent opera appearances include Belcore, L’elisir d’amore and Marcello, La Bohème (Arcadian Opera), Vater, Hänsel und Gretel (Leamington Sinfonia), Death, Savitri (Shrewsbury Cantata) Simone, Gianni Schicchi (Opera Alberelli) and The Jailer, Tosca (Nevill Holt Opera)
Wesley enjoys a busy oratorio schedule and recent engagements have included Elijah (Shrewsbury Cantata), Verdi’s Requiem (Loughborough Endowed Schools Music), Ein Deutsches Requiem (English Chamber Choir), Mozart Requiem (Orpheus Choir), Beethoven 9th Symphony (Windsor and Maidenhead Symphony Orchestra) Handel’s Messiah (Market Harborough Choral Society) and Vaughan Williams' Dona Nobis Pacem (Ludlow Orchestra).
Despite his busy schedule, Wesley continues his studies at the Royal College of Music on the Master of Performance course, where he is an RCM Award Holder supported by The Sussex Scholarship, as well as receiving generous support from The Kathleen Trust, The George and Thomas Henry Salter Trust and The Josephine Baker Trust. Wesley studies under the direction of his Vocal Professor Justin Lavender and Repertoire Coach Stephen Varcoe.