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As Anna’s fiancé Don Ottavio, Robyn Lyn Evans delivered a superbly stylish Act II aria about calming his lover’s anguish by avenging her father’s death

Mark Ronan

Robyn Lyn Evans’s Don Jose is the right voice with the right ardour and less a wimp than so often.

Herald Scotland

Robyn Lyn Evans manages to elevate Don Ottavio above his usual status as opera’s ultimate wimp. His bright Italianate tenor makes relatively easy work of ‘Il mio tesoro’.

Operabrittania

Evans’ clear tenor voice shone in his solo arias.

Bachtrack

Robyn Lyn Evans is a fine Don Ottavio: although he’s deprived in this production of one great tenor aria, “Dalla sua pace”, he delivers the other, “Il mio tesoro”, with honeyed fervour.

whatsonstage.com

The young Welsh tenor Robyn Lyn Evans uncorked exceptional focused tone as Ismaele;…

The Times

Lyn Evans’s Ismaele makes his mark,

The Guardian

Ismaele was beautifully sung by Ceredigion-born Robyn Lyn Evans. He might have been made to look and act like a nerdy college boy but his voice was gorgeous and we should demand to hear more of him with this opera company.

Wales Online/ Theatre Wales

The most promising newcomer was Robyn Lyn Evans as Ismaele…. His tenor voice is clear and well-nuanced, and although the role does not offer huge scope for making an impression, he did a very good best with it.

bachtrack.com

Robyn Lyn Evans’s Alfredo was a powerful, diamond-edged tenor.

The Herald