Jeffrey Lloyd-Roberts was born in Wales and read music at Lancaster University before studying at the RNCM, where he received several awards.
Concerts include performances with the CBSO, BBC SO, BBC Philharmonic, Orquesta Sinfonica de Barcelona, Musikfabrik, Malaysian Philharmonic and with conductors including Matthias Barnett, Sir Simon Rattle and Vassily Siniasky.
He has worked regularly with all the major UK opera companies including Julietta (ENO), title role Peter Grimes (Opera North); Anna Nicole (ROH) and a new production of Mahagonny (ROH) and Billy Budd (Glyndebourne). His many roles with Grange Park Opera include Peter Quint The Turn of the Screw, Lenski Eugene Onegin, Yuri The Enchantress (Tchaikovsky), Nicias Thaïs, Alexei The Gambler, Prince Rusalka, Tchekalinsky Queen of Spades, and Erik Die Fliegende Holländer (in concert). He made his debut in Salzburg singing Erik Die fliegende Höllander and returned to sing Arthur in Birtwistle’s Gawain. He has sung at the Cheltenham Festival, Edinburgh International Festival and the BBC Proms, most recently with the UK premiere of Birtwistle’s Angel Fighter in 2011. Future roles include Prince/ Manservant/ Marquis Lulu (ENO) and The Drunken Prisoner From the House of the Dead for La Monnaie, Brussels and the Royal Opera, Covent Garden.