Together with Stevie Gould, Rebecca getting ready backstage as Flora in WNO McVicar production of La Traviata
Photo credit: D. Massey 2014
Mascagni: CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA (Welsh National Opera)
“David Kempster solid as Alfio, though for all-round excellence one must turn to Rebecca Afonwy-Jones’s butter-wouldn’t-melt Lola and Anne-Marie Owens’s fraught Mamma Lucia.”
George Hall, The Stage (May 2016)Read more
Rebecca Afonwy-Jones made much of the tiny role of the Countess Ceprano. She has a ravishingly burnished voice that made her one little song a highlight of the evening.
Neil Jones, Opera NowRead more
Rebecca Afonwy-Jones, who had earlier demonstrated the rich power of her mezzo range, was here full of wide-eyed eroticism in these explorations of love as a novelty full of unexpected delights. (Chansons de Bilitis)
"Rebecca Afonwy-Jones' Carmen was both dark and manipulative, with enough seductive fruitiness in her voice to sustain complete plausibility"