Mark Llewelyn Evans




Mark Llewelyn Evans has had an exceptional career in the music industry. This Welsh singer, known as ˜The Baritone‘, was classically trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, and at the National Opera Studio in London. 
His theatre credits include: Marcello La Bohème, Papageno Die Zauberflöte (Welsh National Opera & Columbia Artists), Don  Don Giovanni (English National Opera), Eugene Onegin, Schaunard La Bohème (Wexford Opera Festival), Sciarrone Tosca (City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra)Dr Falke Die Fledermaus, Figaro Le Nozze Di Figaro (Opera Theatre Company Dublin), Masseto Don Giovanni, Albert Werther (English Touring Opera),  Giuseppe The Gondoliers, Pish Tush  Mikado, (Raymond Gubbay), Captain Corcoran HMS Pinafore, Cox Cox & Box (Gilbert & Sullivan International Festival) Jack for the world premiere of House of the Gods (The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden) An Evening of Rodgers & Hammerstein (RTE Orchestra).
Mark was headline vocalist on P&O, Regent, Holland American, Seabourn & SAGA Cruises. 
His recordings include: ˜Let the Light In‘ which made the top 10 in the UK classical charts. He then released a single, ˜Tell My Father‘ with the Band of the Welsh Guards, which became a number one in the UK.
Mark was the opening artist on the charity single ˜A Miner's Song‘ in aid of the National Coal Mining Memorial which also features Michael Sheen and Jonathan Pryce.  He recorded an album of duets, ˜Fratello‘ with his brother , the tenor Wynne Evans. His second solo album ˜This Guy‘s in Love‘ was produced by Grammy Award winner Nick Patrick. 
Mark appeared as Don Giovanni in Guy Ritchie‘s film A Game of Shadows. 
Other appearances include BBC's Friday Night is Music Night, hosting The Duke of Edinburgh‘s International World Fellowship Awards, St David‘s Day in Singapore, National Film Awards 2015, An Evening with David Blaine in Miami, Valentine concerts for the American charity TAPS in Naples Florida. Soloist in the BBC TV commercial for BBC Cardiff Singer of the World 2011. Singing ˜Bread of Heaven‘ for The Six Nations Rugby tournament at the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff to 75,000 fans. 

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