Originally from Cornwall, Lynn Henderson is a horn player specialising in orchestral playing, chamber and community music. She has performed with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, the Divertimento Ensemble, Orpheus Sinfonia and the St Endellion Festival Orchestra.
Lynn studied at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama for her BMus, graduating with the Principal’s Award in 2019. She then completed a Masters at the Royal Academy of Music. Lynn is currently a chamber fellow with RAM and Wigmore Hall Learning, performing horn and piano recitals in the Wigmore Hall, as well as working in women’s shelters, dementia groups, hospitals and primary schools.
This year also sees freelance projects working with Sinfonia Cymru, Brixton Chamber Orchestra and creating a new album with Italian sound artist, Marco Caricola. Their first album, ALEAS 1, is available to stream on Spotify. Come September, Lynn is excited to start working with Nevis Ensemble as one of their new cohort of fellows.
Outside of music, Lynn enjoys early-morning surfing, baking and pub quizzes. She was a member of the TUC Women’s Committee for their last cycle and has been recently re-elected to the Musicians’ Union’s Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee.