Mark Chaundy


Mark Chaundy studied at Magdalen College, Oxford and at the Royal College of Music, London before being engaged by most of the major opera companies in the UK such as WNO, Glyndebourne, ENO, ON and Scottish Opera and orchestras such as the LSO, CBSO and Northern Sinfonia. He has made appearances on BBC radio and television and at venues including the Royal festival Hall, Barbican Centre and Wigmore Hall. Regular concert appearances have taken him all over the UK and to festivals in Europe, America and China.

  • ‘Mark Chaundy's powerful delivery of Aminta’s angry and frustrated aria ‘Di ad Irene’ was a highlight.’  Opera July 2013 (Handel ‘Atalanta’ Cambridge Handel Opera)

  • ‘…Mark Chaundy’s fiery Jephthah was outstanding.’  The Independent (Anna Picard, June 2012, Carissimi ‘Jephthah’)

  • ‘…But death is soon tricked by Savitri (Soprano Janice Watson, an impassioned performance) and Satyavan (tenor Mark Chaundy, on ardent form) recovers.’  The Sunday Telegraph June 2010 (Holst ‘Savitri’ The English Music Festival)