He Wu is a revelation as Madame Butterfly at Iford 2018...

24 August 2018

Talented artist He Wu became her career as a child star in China. She débuted Madame Butterfly at Iford 2018 finale as Madame Butterfly. It is reported that He Wu is a star who is destined to return to this role again and again.

He Wu is a revelation as Butterfly. Her voice is unforgettably powerful, with a soaring range which succeeded in stirring every soul in the full house.

As beautifully sung as it is heart-rendingly characterised, Cio-Cio-San’s  fate is evident from the first. He Wu’s “big aria”, One Fine Day, was so enthralling that the audience held back from the applause it so richly deserved.


13 July 2016

He Wu a young up and coming  Chinese born Soprano who has received support from ACEF in the UK  . She  studied at the Royal College of Music and is  supported by the Royal Opera House. She has performed in Operatic roles which include Queen of the Night in Mozart’s The Magic Flute, Diana in Handel’s Giove in Argo (in collaboration with Handel Festival) and Princess in Ravel’s L’enfant et les sortilèges and Receptionist in Tansy Davies’ Between Worlds.

He Wu has performed as a recitalist at the Royal Albert Hall, the Barbican and Kings Place, and she has won several awards including First Prize in the Hong Kong Youth Singing Festival, the Michael Head Song Prize (English Song Competition), the Betty Brenner Award and the Helen Marjorie Tonks Award. She was also a finalist at the Kathleen Ferrier Awards (Society Bursary for Young Singers).