‘Oozing characterful expression’ with ‘ample tones, gorgeously rich in the middle’ (Opera Today), soprano Siân Dicker is in demand for her rich, full-bodied voice and dramatic flair. A regular on the competition platform, Siân won the Singers Prize in the 2020 Royal Over-Seas League Annual Music Competition as well as the Oxford Lieder Young Artist Platform. Siân is a City Music Foundation Artist, a 2021/22 Britten Pears Young Artist and was listed in BBC Music Magazine’s ‘Rising Stars’ feature in February 2023. She was delighted to be awarded the Simon Sandbach Award by Garsington Opera for her contribution to their 2023 season.


Siân’s recent roles include Mařenka The Bartered Bride (Garsington Opera, OperaFirst), First Lady The Magic Flute (English National Opera, cover), Flaminia Il mondo della luna (Bampton Classical Opera), Contessa Le nozze di Figaro (Opera Holland Park Young Artist Production), Amaranta La fedeltà premiata (Guildhall Opera), Venus Venus and Adonis (Guildhall Opera) and Erste Dame Die Zauberflöte (Hurn Court Opera). Siân recently worked with the Royal Opera House on Lost and Found; a project of newly commissioned operas premiered in St Pancras Station in 2022 and subsequently joined ROH for a performance of new operas at the 2023 Wilderness Festival in Oxfordshire. Siân is looking forward to singing the role of Miss Jessel for Waterperry Opera Festival's Turn of the Screw in Summer 2024.


Siân enjoys regular song recitals with duo partner, Krystal Tunnicliffe, across Europe and the UK. Recent performances include recitals at the International Lied Festival Zeist, Life Victoria Barcelona, Aldeburgh Festival, Ryedale Festival, Oxford Lieder Festival, St Martin-in-the-Fields, Ludlow English Song Weekend and BBC Radio 3’s In Tune. The duo are excited to be joined by Saki Kato (guitar) for a recording of the entire William Walton song collection with Delphian Records in 2024.


Siân is also a Live Music Now musician and regularly delivers interactive performances for care homes and SEND schools. She’s worked with the Britten Pears Arts Community team to deliver workshops since her time as a young artist in 2021/22 and has recently enjoyed delivering relaxed, interactive performances at both Aldeburgh and Ryedale Festivals.