Elizabeth Llewellyn – Mimi, La Boheme – Theater Magdeburg, 2015

“But it is Llewellyn, gorgeously toned and rapturous, who is the evening’s real star.”

The Guardian  |  Mimi, La Bohème 

4* review for debut album “Heart & Hereafter”

Elizabeth receives her first, glowing review for her debut album from The Guardian: "The soprano’s debut, singing 25 songs by the mixed-race Victorian composer, is a delight – she and pianist Lepper really mine their essence."

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Mozart Requiem in lockdown

Following the cancellation of live performances, English National Opera are delighted to announce that BBC Two will broadcast a specially recorded performance of Mozart's Requiem from the London Coliseum on Saturday 14 November at 19.00, to commemorate those whom the UK have lost to COVID-19.

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An exceptional Wigmore Hall debut

Elizabeth earns 4- and 5-star reviews for her recital debut at the prestigious Wigmore Hall in London.

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5* reviews for La Boheme

Llewellyn triumphs with cast & team at Scottish Opera in a new production La Boheme in the time of COVID-19

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Opera in the time of COVID

In this interview with OperaWire, Elizabeth reveals how she is dealing with lockdown during the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as impressions of the future of the opera industry.

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Interview with Jon Jacob (@thoroughlygood)

With less than a week to go before her role debut as Verdi's Luisa Miller at ENO, Elizabeth has a lively chat with Jon Jacob about her life, career, and the importance of forging one's own path.

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Interview with Fred Plotkin (WQXR)

Fred Plotkin honours the passion, beauty, and intensity of British soprano Elizabeth Llewellyn, following her landmark debut in a title role at The Metropolitan Opera, New York.

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Interview with Final Note Magazine

In this extensive interview, Elizabeth provides a very clear career map along with her rationale for the placement of each perfectly positioned stepping-stone that has led to her phenomenal success.

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Opera meets the movies!

Elizabeth talks to film director and screenwriter, Amma Asante on BBC Radio 4's "Only Artists" programme, about what it means to be an artist in their respective fields...and why 2009 was a pivotal year for both of them.

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