Fleur Snow is a stage director and musician from West Wales. For the 2023-2024 season, she is resident staff director in St Gallen, Switzerland, and she will take up her next position in the Staatstheater am Gärtnerplatz, Munich from September 2024. She is an organist and speaks English, Welsh, French, Italian, and German.

As a director, recent projects have focused on contemporary opera and historical gesture. These include adaptations of Oscar Wilde’s The Duchess of Padua (The Space, London), Jamila Gavin’s Coram Boy (Atmospheres, RWCMD) and Dido and Aeneas (RWCMD). Other credits include Julia Plaut’s new opera for children, The Y Knot (The Croft, Cardiff); a digital adaptation of Julius Caesar; Ristorante Don Alfonso; Postgraduate Scenes (RWCMD); and Under Milk Wood at Brasenose College.

Fleur works in the UK and internationally as an assistant director. This year at St Gallen, Fleur was assistant director for Les Misérables (Josef Köpplinger), Ernani (Barbora Horáková) and Lili Elbe (Krystian Lada). Further afield, Fleur assisted on Evgenij Onegin (Julien Chavaz) at Teatro Massimo, Palermo; Gianni Schicchi (Damon Nestor Ploumis) at Alden-Biesen, Belgium; and the Swedish première of Du Är Min Nu (Gérard Watkins) in the Göteborgs Stadsteater as a 2023 European Theatre Convention Scholar. At home in the UK, she has worked with Welsh National Opera on Migrations (Sir David Pountney), Opera Holland Park for La Bohème (Natascha Metherell), and West Green House Opera for L’Elisir d’Amore (Victoria Newlyn).

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