Reviews

La Nonne Sanglante

 

“The terrific young tenor Jack Roberts sang the killer role of Rodolphe”

-Robert Thicknesse, Opera Now

 

HGO Summer Concert

 

“Wild-haired tenor Jack Roberts also exploited the potential of the space and left the audience spell-bound with his impassioned rendering of Donizetti’s Una furtiva lagrima”

-David Winskill, Ham&High

 

 

Savitri

 

"Jack Roberts brings firm vocal swagger to Satyavan."

-Yehuda Shapiro, The Stage

 

"Jack Roberts, who played Sātyavan, was equally convincing, his cherry-blossom tenor cutting neatly through the sultry August air – definitely one to watch."

-Timmy Fisher, Bachtrack

 

 

Der Vampyr

 

“Tenor Jack Roberts, singing Aubrey, revealed an impressively warm, mellow and accomplished voice.”

-Josephine Miles, Rhinegold Publishing

 

 

Il Barbiere di Siviglia

 

“Jack Roberts excelled as Count Almaviva and was as good as a tenor can get.”

-Bernard Crosby, Hastings Observer

 

The Gondoliers

 

“during "Take A Pair of Sparkling Eyes", [Jack Robert’s] full-bodied, old-school delivery scored him an ovation at Buxton Opera House, and quite right too.”

-Richard Bratby, The Arts Desk

 

 

Eugene Onegin

 

“Jack Roberts’s voice was warm and romantic; it projected effectively across the stage.”

-Mary Grace Nguyen, The Cross Eyed Pianist

 

The Mikado

 

“there are definite stand-out performances; Jack Roberts, who is still in training at The Guildhall, gives a very polished performance as Nanki-Poo demonstrating wonderful control of his rich voice.”

-Greg Stewart, Theatre Weekly

 

“Wandering minstrel Nanki-Poo is played by Jack Roberts with a sweet high tenor voice and an even sweeter persona as the lovesick prince. His duets with Yum-Yum could not have been delivered with more sincerity”

-Owen Davies, Plays To See

 

“Alys Roberts and Jack Roberts are perfectly cast as the young lovers Yum-Yum and Nanki-Poo; …with Jack Roberts’ crystal clear tenor."

-Rebecca Crankshaw, The Spy in the Stalls