Aaron Pryce-Lewis is a Welsh actor and singer, best known for his work in musical theatre.
He is from Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, and was educated at Sir Thomas Picton School before going on to train further at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester, and the Royal College of Music in London.
In May 2015 Aaron was one of four soloists performing in the Royal Albert Hall as part of a Massed Male Voice Choir concert. He was the last soloist to appear in the event and perfomed "If I Can't Love Her" from Beauty and the Beast (The Musical), "My Little Welsh Home" by W. S. Gwynn Williams, and "Being Alive" from Company. He was the only soloist to receive a standing ovation.
In October 2014 Aaron Competed in the Bryn Terfel Scholarship which was aired live on S4C and Radio Wales. He performed "Aros Mae'r Mynyddau Mawr" by Meirion Williams, "Non Piu Andrai" from Mozart's 'The Marriage of Figaro', and "Anthem" from Chess.
Since starting his career Aaron has gone on to charm audiences throughout Europe in concert halls in Switzerland, Gibraltar, Andalucia and Germany.
As well as the classical side of Aaron's background he also has a great love for Big Band, most recently taking his talent to the main stage at the Wales Millennium Centre, as well as supporting the legendary Welsh Rugby comedian Max Boyce.