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Martha Jones

Mezzo Soprano

“[Martha Jones’s] warm, sinuous mezzo is alone worth the price of a ticket.” (Classical Source)

“Martha Jones.... lights the show with the lunar beauty of her mezzo.” (The Times)

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 Autumn 2022:

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 Martha Jones was a delight as the infectious and titular cat.  She consistently held the ear and eye with a magnetism that easily charmed. (David Truslove, Opera Today)

Martha Jones' Cat is the mainstay here: suitably feline with a touch of know-all swagger, never overdoing the plumed sombrero and thigh-boots flamboyance. Her flexible mezzo uses a range of colours to most telling effect; moments of quasi-purring or mewing, never histrionic, are mimicked by the violin in Lyness’s neat reduction of the score, in which the glockenspiel adds shimmer.  (Rian Evans, The Guardian)

London Philharmonic Orchestra (Gardner) Vaughan Williams: Serenade to Music

Royal Festival Hall/Saffron Hall and broadcast on BBC Radio 3.

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