Jeffrey Lloyd-Roberts was born in Wales and read music at Lancaster University before studying at the Royal Northern College of Music with Barbara Robotham, where he received several awards.
The tenor made his Royal Opera debut in 2007 as Gherardo in Puccini’s Gianni Schicchi and has since returned to sing roles such as Trucker in the world premiere of Mark-Anthony Turnage’s Anna Nicole and Jack in Weill’s Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny. He has worked regularly with most other British opera companies, including English National Opera and the Glyndebourne Festival Opera. In 2010 Jeffrey Lloyd-Roberts made his debut in Salzburg singing Erik in Wagners Die fliegende Höllander. During the current season he impressed in a new production of Berg’s Lulu for English National Opera and a new production of Janáček’s From the House of the Dead for the Royal Opera House.
Lloyd-Roberts has sung at the Cheltenham Festival, Edinburgh International Festival and the BBC Proms, most recently with the UK premiere of Birtwistle's Angel Fighter in 2011, a commercial recording of which has recently been released. In summer 2016 he sang the UK premiere of Peter Eötvös’s The Golden Dragon at the Buxton Festival.
He made his debut with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra in April 2017 with the world premiere of Djuro Zivcovic's
The Mystical Sacrifice.