"Elgan Llyr Thomas is the latest discovery in a golden age of British tenors..." The Arts Desk
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"the most vocally striking contribution comes from the promising Welsh tenor Elgan Llŷr Thomas, who as Quint combines rich vibrant tone with handsome presence"
The Telegraph, The Turn of The Screw, ENO and Regent's Park Theatre
"Elgan Llŷr Thomas performed a classic Tom Rakewell and seemed to have everything one needs- voice, charm, stage presence - to make a great career."
La Libre Belgique, The Rake's Progress, La Monnaie
"The absolute star of the night for me was Elgan Llŷr Thomas’ Male Chorus, with razor-clear delivery and a vivid sense of balanced attack in his every line: this is exactly the way I like to hear Britten sung, and Thomas manages to convey the peculiar semi-characterisation of this reflective character with chilling conviction."
Bachtrack, The Rape of Lucretia GSMD
Soloist with Cor Meibion Maelgwn Male Voice Choir in 50th Anniversary concert.
Eglwys St. John's Church
Dr Richardson in Breaking the Waves
Adelaide Festival, Australia
Orchestra and Chours of Scottish Opera
Conductor: Stuart Stratford
Requiem - Mozart
L'orchestre philharmonique de radio France
Grand Théâtre de Provence
Conductor: Barbara Hannigan