Wayne Woodman was tenor soloist for two concerts in January 2010 with Etatsorkestret in Copenhagen, Denmark. His impressive and natural tenor voice made a great impression on the public who applauded enthusiastically for an encore of Verdi’s Brindisi duet which Wayne Woodman performed together with soprano Julie Reumert.
Boje Aagesen, Chairman of Etatsorkestret
(Etatsorkestret is patroned by Prince Henrik of Denmark)
Thank you so much for the beautiful music at our wedding. Everyone was blown away by your fantastic voice! We really appreciate the time you took in finding the perfect songs for our special day.
Melanie and Jerry
Your voice and song choices have brought a sense of peace and serenity to our ceremonies. Always appreciated by the families involved. Many thanks.
John Sheahan, Director, Sheahan’s Funeral Home



Wayne Woodman – is an acclaimed tenor who has previously performed at the National Concert Hall’s ‘Enchanted Summer Evening’ and he has appeared in Irish productions of La Boheme, The Magic Flute, Midas, and Cosi fan Tutti. 

His platform recitals have included the Dublin Fringe Festival (Ireland), the Cape Town Baptist Association and Plumstead Methodist Church (South Africa) and the Walvis Bay Benefit (Namibia). Wayne Woodman previously performed with the Etatsorkestret in Denmark, whose protector is prince Henrik of Denmark. 

His most recent tours (2019) in Ireland include “A Touch of Classical” with contralto Grace Foley, performing in a sold out National Concert Hall alongside other venues nationwide.

Wayne Woodman was born in Cape Town, South Africa. He spent his childhood in Swakopmund, Namibia, where he got his first taste for music. He received violin tuition and sang in the local church.

In his teen years he enrolled in South African College School, Cape Town, where he first began to realise his vocal potential. With encouragement from his family, Wayne engaged in vocal coaching for the first time. Alongside studying for Trinity College singing examinations he enjoyed performing in starring roles in productions of musicals such as Grease, Oklahoma and Guys and Dolls.

His vocal training gave him the confidence to perform competitively, and so in 1999 and 2001 he claimed the Gold Diploma at the Cape Town Eisteddfod, as well as winning the Christopher Brown Award from 1998-2000.

Wayne moved to Ireland in 2003 where he started his studies toward a Bachelor of Music, under the tuition of renowned Irish tenor Emmanuel Lawler. 

Wayne lives in Bray, co. Wicklow in Ireland. He spends his time performing regularly as a soloist and with ensembles throughout Ireland at private and corporate functions as well as for charitable foundations and in churches. 

Wayne has recently released a couple of professional music videos and he is currently working on his debut album.

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