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  1. Rebecca Evans' Artist Management Askonas Holt Rebecca Evans BBC – Big Welsh Challenge 2007/2008 -Celebrity Team Rebecca Evans & Simon Keenlyside perform with Sting & Trudie Styler – Article

  2. Rebecca Evans as Rodelinda delivers her solos with consummate control…In counter-tenor Tim Mead as Bertarido, and soprano Rebecca Evans as Rodelinda, the central roles are gorgeously taken…Evans delivers her solos with consummate control: the lilting grace of her ‘Ritorna, o caro’ seems to magic up the stunning beauty of the duet ...

  3. Welsh soprano Rebecca Evans made her Royal Opera House debut in 1993, singing Ines ( La Favorita) for Welsh National Opera. She made her Royal Opera debut in 1997 as First Shining One ( The Pilgrim’s Progress) and has since returned regularly to sing roles including Nella ( Gianni Schicchi ), Mimì ( La bohème ), Pamina ( Die Zauberflöte ...

  4. Mar 14, 2021 · The other experienced trouper, Terfel's fellow Welsh singer Rebecca Evans (pictured below on the right with Barbara Massaro's Nannetta, Franek and Anna Dowsley), produced the ideal expansive phrasing for Alice Ford's mockery of her "shining star" over lecherous Falstaff in an otherwise not quite crisp enough first ensemble scene - there seemed to be a bit of wrong-footing in Act 2 Scene 2's ...

  5. Rebecca singing My Little Welsh Home at Royal Albert Hall by W S Gwynn Williams

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  7. rebecca evans Rebecca Evans, the Welsh soprano, was born in 1963 in Pontrhydyfen, the Glamorgan village famed as the birthplace of Richard Burton and Ivor Emmanuel. She worked as a nurse before deciding on a musical career, and was a student at the Guildhall School of Music at the same time as Bryn Terfel .

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