He Wu

He Wu was a child star in China. She was selected as a Young Artist at the National Opera Studio London, where she was supported by the Royal Opera House (Covent Garden). She studied with full scholarship at the Royal Academy of Music, Guildhall School of Music and Drama, and Royal College of Music International Opera School. She was selected as a Samling Scholar. She won the Lies Askonas Singing Competition 2015 (UK), and the Voice of China European Competition 2015. She was also a finalist in the prestigious Kathleen Ferrier Competition, and the Francisco Viñas International Singing Competition.

He Wu’s opera engagements include the role of Receptionist in the world première of Tansy Davies’ ‘Between Worlds’ for English National Opera directed by Deborah Warner; Diana in ‘Giove in Argo’ at the London Handel Festival directed by Laurence Cummings; Susanna in ‘Le nozze di Figaro’ at the Opera North Opera House; and Amor in ‘Orfeo ed Eurydice’ at the Longborough Festival Opera. At the Royal College of Music Britten Theatre, she

sang as Königen der Nacht in ‘Die Zauberflöte’; Marie in ‘La Fille du Régiment’; and Princesse & Le Feu in ‘L’enfant et les sortilèges’.

On the concert platform she has sung Mahler Symphony No 2 with the BBC Symphony Orchestra, Beethoven Symphony No.9 with the Wiener Symphoniker, Vivaldi Gloria and Mozart Exsultate Jubilate with the Amersham Festival Orchestra, Beethoven Mass in C and Choral Fantasy at St John’s Smith Square, and Classical Morning concert at Royal Albert Hall.

Wu He gave recitals in the London Symphony Orchestra Schubert Series at the Barbican Centre, and Lieder Recital at the Wigmore Hall. She also gave recitals in London, Barcelona, Munich, Berlin, Shanghai, Hong Kong, New York, and Abu Dhabi.

She has been invited as guest soloist at the International Opera Awards 2015, International Kammeroper Rheinsberg Schloss Opera Festival, and was chosen to sing before the First Lady of China, Madam Peng, on her visit to the UK in 2015.