Mary Bevan studied at Trinity College Cambridge and the Royal Academy of Music (with Lillian Watson and Audrey Hyland) where she was a member of Song Circle, was the soloist for the Kohn Bach Cantatas and won the Richard Lewis and Isabel Jay Awards. She is an ENO Harewood Young Artist, an Associate Artist of the Classical Opera Company and is a past recipient of awards from the Wingate Trust, Countess of Munster Trust, MBF and the Royal Academy of Music. Operatic roles include Rebecca Two Boys, Barbarina Figaro (ENO); Barbarina Figaro (Garsington); Tamiri Il Re Pastore (Classical Opera Company); Despina Cosi (Vignette Productions and RAO). Recent concerts include Messiah, Carmina Burana and Rutter Requiem (RAH), Arne Alfred, Handel Apollo e Daphne (COC), Les Illuminations and Messiah (ECO). She has sung as a soloist under conductors such as John Eliot Gardiner, Laurence Cummings, Paul Daniel, Vladimir Ashkenazy and Raymond Leppard. She has recently recorded three broadcasts for BBC Radio 3 with the BBC Philharmonic, an Oxford Lieder Festival Wolf disc, a Mendelssohn disc with Malcolm Martineau and Handel disc with Ludus Baroque. Forthcoming projects include: Zerlina Don Giovanni (Garsington), Pamina Magic Flute (West Green Opera) and Yum Yum Mikado (ENO).