Praised for his 'tremendous versatility and sense of colour' (BBC Music Magazine) Sebastian Wybrew gives recitals with many of the UK’s most eminent performers including Dame Felicity Lott, Iestyn Davies and Christopher Maltman. In 2014 he made his debut at Het Concertgebouw Amsterdam with Ian Bostridge, and his duo with Sophie Bevan saw them make their Wigmore Hall debut in 2011. He regularly performs at festivals throughout Europe including Aix-en-Provence, Edinburgh, Zaragoza, Schleswig-Holstein and Mecklenburg-Vorprommen.
He has received acclaim from Classical Music magazine for his recording of Geoffrey Grey’s Partita with trumpeter Simon Cheney. He was awarded the Accompanist Prize at the John Kerr English Song Competition and the Jean Meickle Duo Prize at the 2017 Wigmore Hall Song Competition with Soprano Gemma Summerfield. He has been broadcast live on BBC radio and television and his debut recording with Sophie Bevan, 'Songs of Vain Glory' was released by Wigmore Hall Live in 2018.
In much demand as a pedagogue, he has given masterclasses for the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, the Edward Said Conservatory, Palestine and the Fondation Royaumont, France.