“Elizabeth Llewellyn is outstanding, movingly lyrical and expressive…”

Classical Source | Vaughan Williams: A Sea Symphony 

Coleridge-Taylor: Heart & Hereafter

Debut solo album | Orchid Classics, 2021

Elizabeth Llewellyn performs collected songs by the British composer, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, in her debut album with pianist and collaborator, Simon Lepper. 

““…the peak of this recital, for me, came in…Samuel Coleridge-Taylor’s 6 Sorrow Songs…These songs, which tremble with emotion, suffering and resilience, need an interpreter to whom both the words and music speak with directness and honesty. Llewellyn, is one such interpreter.”

Claire Seymour, Opera Today

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Elizabeth Llewellyn, solo soprano – Elgar: Caractacus, Hyperion, 2018

Elgar: Caractacus

Solo soprano | Hyperion, 2018

Elizabeth Llewellyn performs the role of Eigen in this recording with Orchestra of Opera North and the Huddersfield Choral Society conducted by Martyn Brabbins.

“She offers delectable singing in her Scene III solo and she enters ardently into her duets with Orbin… Throughout, her singing affords great pleasure: the tone is lovely, her diction is good, and she copes effortlessly with the compass of the role—right up to a top C towards the end of Scene VI.”
John Quinn, MusicWeb International

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Elizabeth Llewellyn, solo soprano – Vaughan Williams: A Sea Symphony, Hyperion, 2017

Vaughan Williams: A Sea Symphony

Solo soprano | Hyperion, 2017

One of the mightiest of first symphonies, Vaughan Williams’s setting of Walt Whitman creates a very special sense of occasion. This recording features Elizabeth Llewellyn as solo soprano with Marcus Farnsworth, the BBC Symphony Chorus and the BBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Martyn Brabbins.

“Elizabeth Llewellyn is outstanding, movingly lyrical and expressive when called for and positively thrilling at her great entrance ‘Token of all brave captains’, which has the electrifying impact the music demands—without in any way disturbing the underlying flow.”
John Alexander, Classical Source

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

Verdi: Macbeth

Solo soprano | Chandos, 2013

This recording of Verdi’s Macbeth marks the completion of the Peter Moores Foundation’s remarkable Opera in English series. With a solo role Elizabeth Llewellyn performs alongside Simon Keenlyside, Latonia Moore, Gwyn Hughes Jones, among others, with the Opera in English Chorus and the English National Opera Orchestra conducted by Edward Gardner.

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