“…a voice of pure operatic joy. Her soprano timbre, rich, powerful and faintly smoky, was irresistibly seductive and multi-layered.”

“…a voice of pure operatic joy. Her soprano timbre, rich, powerful and faintly smoky, was irresistibly seductive and multi-layered.”

“…a voice of pure operatic joy. Her soprano timbre, rich, powerful and faintly smoky, was irresistibly seductive and multi-layered.”

Recital: Strauss, Coleridge-Taylor, & Mahler

21 January 2022
Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama
Pianist: Simon Lepper

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Recital: Coleridge-Taylor, Chausson, & Puccini

6th February 2022
Balliol College, Oxford
Pianist: Simon Lepper

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“…an Aida of enormous dramatic urgency.”

Das Opernmagazin – AIDA debut, 2019

After a thundering 2019/20 season, including three title role debuts – Puccini’s Manon Lescaut, and Verdi’s Aida and Luisa Miller – and her debut at the Metropolitan Opera as Bess in Porgy and Bess, Elizabeth’s 2020/21 season continues with a return to the role Mimi/La Boheme, and her reinvention as a recitalist with an acclaimed debut at London’s Wigmore Hall. Elizabeth’s debut solo album was released to great acclaim in May, and in July she makes her debut as Alice Ford in Verdi’s Falstaff, directed by Sir David McVicar.

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Elizabeth Llewellyn, Soprano – Photo Frances Marshall
Elizabeth Llewellyn – Magda de Civry, La Rondine – Opera Holland Park, 2017

“Elizabeth’s rich, lyric instrument produced refined tone at every point in her wide range… a voice it would be hard to match anywhere in terms of beauty and color.”

Opera News | Magda de Civry, La Rondine 

Press reviews

Elena, Mefistofele

March 2019 | Chelsea Opera Group

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Heart & Hereafter: Collected songs of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor

Debut solo album | Orchid Classics, 2021

Recordings

Porgy and Bess

August 2018 | Seattle Opera

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Elizabeth Llewellyn, solo soprano – Verdi: Macbeth, Chandos, 2013

Verdi: Macbeth

Solo soprano | Chandos, 2013

Recordings