Great reviews for Samuel Evans’ performances in Mahogany Opera’s productions of the Britten Church Parables at Aldeburgh:
“My money, vocally and dramatically, was on baritone Samuel Evans, who nary put a foot wrong”‘The Arts Desk
“Samuel Evans was a bold and eloquent Traveller” The Times
“A noble voiced Traveller (Samuel Evans)” Seen and Heard International
Further performances in which Sam sings The Traveller in Curlew River and Ananias/Shadrach in The Burning Fiery Furnace take place at the City of London Festival (July 3-6) and Buxton Festival (July 14 & 15).
Baritone Samuel Evans joins the cast of Mahogany Opera’s Britten Church Parables singing the roles of The Traveller in Curlew River and Ananias in The Burning Fiery Furnace. The productions by Frederic Wake-Walker, with Roger Vignoles conducting the Aurora Orchestra, open in St Petersburg on June 6 and tour to the Aldeburgh Festival (June 16-19) the City of London Festival (July 3-6) and the Buxton Festival (July 14-15)
Samuel Evans sing Chelsias in a rare staging of Handel’s Susanna at the Iford Opera Festival. Pia Furtando’s production is conducted by Christian Curnyn and performances take place from July 28 – August 8. Discover more at