Icelandic bass Bragi Jónsson made his international debut in Grange Park Opera in summer of 2013, there he performed the roles of Thierry and 2nd Commisioner in Poulenc’s Dialogues des Carmélites and also performed the role of Guillaume in Messager’s Fortunio which was also performed later that summer in the Buxton Festival. In the summer of 2014 Mr. Jónsson performed the role of the Badger in Janáček’s The Cunning Little Vixen at Garsington Opera, in the same season he covered the role of Rocco in Beethoven’s Fidelio. In the fall of 2016 Bragi performed Vaughan Williams's Serenade to Music in The Royal Albert Hall at The Last Night of the Proms.
Mr. Jónsson has performed on many occasions in his home country of Iceland. He sang the role of Leporello in a semi-staged version of Mozart’s Don Giovanni in 2012 with the Youth Symphony Orchestra of Iceland, it was performed in a Folk Song Festival in Siglufjördur and in Harpa Concert Hall. He has also often performed with the Icelandic Opera including performing the role of Count Ceprano in Verdi’s Rigoletto in 2010.
Mr. Jónsson graduated from The Reykjavik Academy of Singing and Vocal Arts in the spring of 2011, there his teacher was Bergthór Pálsson. That same year he began his studies at the Royal College of Music in London where he graduated in summer of 2013, there his teacher was Russell Smythe. Since he finished his studies he has had private lessons with David Jones in New York.