Following her last visit to BBC Radio 3 In Tune, you can hear excerpts here from her live, unedited performance, accompanied by Timothy End at the piano.
Bidding a fond farewell to two beautiful dresses & many wonderful colleagues on and off the stage tonight after seventeen shows as Flora Bervoix #WNOTraviata
Toi toi toi
Rebecca clearly enjoying the audience's warm response to Mozart's Requiem at St. Magnus International Festival, Kirkwall, Orkney back in late June, with Ann-Helen Moen, Christopher Bowen, Simon Bailey and Kringkastingsorkestret (The Norwegian Radio Orchestra) conducted...Read more
Twenty three shows of Suzuki in Madama Butterfly for Welsh National Opera from Cardiff, to Plymouth, Dubai to Birmingham, we had an amazing tour! #WNOButterfly
Here's that iconic image, whilst the Humming Chorus floats through the...Read more
Together with Stevie Gould, Rebecca getting ready backstage as Flora in WNO McVicar production of La Traviata
Photo credit: D. Massey
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"