The English tenor (also actor and pianist) of international fame, Ian Honeyman, studied at the prestigious school of King's College.
Ian Honeyman has been soloist amongst other things with the Opéra of Paris. The extent of his work is broad, and includes opera, oratorio, recital or in creation. But he is particularly noticed for his strong scenic presence as an actor, as for his interpretations of the roles of Evangelist in the Passions of Bach and for his courses and recordings with Paul Dombrecht and his unit It Fondamento.
With the l'Opéra Comique of Paris Ian Honeyman was Hippolyte in the work of the same name by Rameau. As an actor-singer he reveals meditative and paroxistic aspects in the role of The Madwoman in Curlew River by Britten. With the search for a greater proximity with his public, he combines his talents of singer and pianist, hoping to thus find a greater freedom in his emotions.