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Rebecca Bottone was born in Bedfordshire and is a graduate of the Royal Academy of Music.

Recent and future engagements include Marina Litvinenko The Life and Death of Alexander Litvinenko (Grange Park Opera); Queen Tye Akhnaten at English National Opera‚ Ilia Idomeneo and Giunia Lucio Silla (Buxton Festival)‚ Bauci Bauci e Filemeno‚ Amore Orfeo ed Euridice and Weltgeist Die Schuldigkeit des ersten Gebots (Classical Opera)‚ Peter Pan and Yniold Pelléas et Mélisande (Welsh National Opera)‚ Yum Yum The Mikado‚ Clorinda La Cenerentola and Mabel The Pirates of Penzance (Scottish Opera)‚ Amor Orfeo (La Nuova Musica)‚ Apolle e Dafne (Karlsruhe Handel Festival)‚ Yniold (Hong Kong Arts Festival)‚ Sophie The Mother and Mozart vs Machine (Mahogany Opera Project)‚ Constance The Sorcerer (National Gilbert & Sullivan Company)‚ and Judas Maccabeus with Capella Crocoviensis.

Further appearances include First Innocent in the world premiere of Birtwistle’s Minotaur and First Niece Peter Grimes (Royal Opera House‚ Covent Garden)‚ Cricket and Parrott in the world premiere and subsequently the USA premiere of Jonathan Dove’s The Adventures of Pinocchio (Opera North and Minnesota Opera)‚ Blonde Die Entführung aus dem Serail (Aix-en-Provence Festival conducted by Minkowski)‚ Marie in the world premiere of Rufus Wainwright’s Prima Donna (Manchester International Festival)‚ Tytania A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Garsington Opera)‚ Amanda in Ligeti’s Le Grand Macabre (English National Opera)‚ Anne Egerman A Little Night Music‚ Johanna Sweeney ToddThe Sound of Music and Carrie Carousel (Théâtre du Châtelet‚ Paris)‚ Rosmene Imeneo (The Barbican)‚ Semira Artaxerxes and the Maid in Ades’ Powder Her Face at the Linbury Studio‚ Ilia at Blackheath Halls‚ and Hugh Wood’s Epithalamion at the BBC Proms.

Rebecca has worked with many of the world’s leading orchestras‚ including the SCO‚ the RSNO‚ the Iceland Symphony Orchestra and the Gabrieli Consort and Players under Paul McCreesh; she has sung Charmeuse in Thais under Eschenbach with Renee Fleming and also performed with the AAM and the RAI Turin under Christopher Hogwood; the CBSO‚ the Halle and the Manchester Camerata under Stephen Bell; St John Passion with the Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi at the Teatro degli Arcimboldi in Milan; the Philharmonia Orchestra under Sir Charles Mackerras; and the Tonhalle Zürich under Sir Mark Elder.

Recordings include Cis Albert Herring with Richard Hickox and EMI and two Rossini roles for Opera Rara‚ Eurice Adelaide di Borgognia and Cleone Ermione. She has made appearances in BBC2’s Television documentary The Genius of Beethoven with the English Chamber Orchestra‚ David Starkey’s Music and Monarchy and the role of a singer in Steven Poliakoffs acclaimed film Capturing Mary.

Bauci e Filemone & Orfeo, Classical Opera

Bottone and Belkina sing with subtle tenderness, drawing a suitable contrast between the pastoral gentleness of this work as against the high drama of Orfeo...

Classical Source (May 2019)

Bauci e Filemone, Page’s first offering, was dramatically wispy, but blessed with endearing music. Some of it was pitched high in the sky — easily reached, though, by Rebecca Bottone, cast as one of two shepherd lovers who fortunately get on the right side of Jupiter (Gwilym Bowen, promising), a god with a short fuse.

The Times (June 2019)

Fortunately there was rather more elegance musically... Rebecca Bottone was a sensitive and at times sweet-toned Bauci...and, having survived the steps, a charming Amore in Orfeo.

Opera Magazine (August 2019)

Akhnaten‚ Engligh National Opera

At the heart of the production stood...Rebecca Bottone (Queen Tye‚ his mother): these three high voices were well matched and subtly blended.

Opera Magazine (April 2019)

Rebecca Bottone returns to the role of Queen Tye‚ Akhnaten’s mother‚ her soprano scaling Glass’ dizzying heights with ease.

BachTrack (February 2019)

Rebecca Bottone‚ a strong stage presence as the politically attuned Queen Tye‚ also makes a dazzling and ethereal contribution high above the stave.

Classical Source (February 2019)

Equally fascinating‚ was Costanzo’s on-stage relationship with his mother‚ Queen Tye‚ sang by Rebbeca Bottone. If with her white-powdered face‚ tightly curled hair and almost stony gaze‚ she slightly reminded me of the Virgin Queen she has a magnificently authoritative presence and powerful‚ resonating voice to match.

Opera Today (February 2019)

Rebecca Bottone returns as Akhnaten’s mother‚ Queen Tye‚ whose voice complements Stevenson and Costanzo perfectly. Heard in trio (the Window of Appearances at the end of the first act)‚ the effect is remarkable.

Seen & Heard International (February 2019)

Katie Stevenson as Akhnaten’s wife Nefertiti and Rebecca Bottone as his mother Queen Tye weave richer vocal textures that convey the growing unease around the cult of Aten.

The Guardian (February 2019)

Alcina‚ La Nuova Musica

Rebecca Bottone’s needle-bright ’Tornami a vagheggiar’ was another example of unintentional scene-stealing‚ and she was superbly...

Opera Magazine (April 2019)

The simple stagecraft‚ which included instrumental soloists coming to the centre on occasions‚ worked well‚ with Rebecca Bottone’s performance of Morgana’s ‘Tornami a vagheggiar’ proving to be one of several moments over the evening when every aspect of music and performance came together perfectly. Not only did Bottone sing and act this challenging aria brilliantly‚ but‚ with Leo Duarte on the oboe standing next to her‚ the orchestra seemed almost physically to radiate out the sound that this pair generated.

MusicOMH (January 2019)

Rebecca Bottone charms irresistibly as Morgana...

The Stage (January 2019)

Idomeneo‚ Buxton Festival

Rebecca Bottone used her flexible soprano intelligently as Ilia‚ notable in the aria mentioned above (Se il padre perdei)‚ which conjured gorgeous intimacy.

Opera Magazine (September 2018)

In the meantime‚ Ilia‚ in love with Idamante after he releases her from her chains at the start of the opera‚ begs to recognise Idomeneo as a surrogate father. In this role the charming purity of Rebecca Bottone’s singing and dreamy quality of her portrayal was a highlight of the performance.

Mark Ronan Theatre Reviews (July 2018)

Rebecca Bottone made a striking impression in her first aria‚ giving Ilia a real feeling of haunted intensity.

Planet Hugill (July 2018)

As Ilia‚ loved by‚ and loving Idamante‚ Rebecca Bottone‚ who sang Giunia last year‚ sings with bright even lyric tone and acts convincingly.

Seen & Heard International (July 2018)

...while as Ilia‚ Bottone combines a wide-eyed intensity with singing of a plaintive‚ plangent sweetness that’s genuinely affecting‚ particularly in her aria with Idomeneo‚ "Se il padre perdei". It’s the subtlest and most expressive vocal performance I’ve heard from Bottone‚ and I’ve heard her Yum-Yum.

The Arts Desk (July 2018)

...Rebecca Bottone is persuasive as the Trojan princess Ilia daughter of the defeated enemy with whom Idamante is in love.

The Stage (July 2018)

The Mother‚ Mahogany Opera

Rebecca Bottone‚ singing Leon’s sometimes girlfriend Sophia‚ spun her aerial lines to haunting effect...

Opera Magazine (July 2018)

Mozart in London‚ Ian Page

Ana Maria Labin‚ Helen Sherman‚ Rebecca Bottone and other singers take spine-tingling leaps into the stratosphere and always come up smiling.

The Times (May 2018)

Orfeo ed Euridice‚ La Nuova Musica

...Rebecca Bottone also delivered a fine performance as Amore. Possessing a clear and quite forthright tone‚ her voice took on a particular sweetness in the upper register and a highly pleasing depth in the lower.

MusicOMH (May 2018)

Samson‚ Halle Handel Festival

Rebecca Bottone sparkled initially in “Ye men of Gaza”‚ and delivered a perfectly judged and technically immaculate “Let the bright seraphim” with pure bright tone‚ accurate coloratura‚ pretty top notes and the sweetest imaginable smile.

BachTrack (May 2018)

New Years Eve Viennese Gala Concert‚ Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra

Out of a finely balanced programme of familiar favourites and welcome additions‚ the highlight was without any doubt the mellifluous coloratura of Rebecca Bottone. Opening with the audition song from Die Fledermaus she moved effortlessly into Schenkt man sich Rosen in Tyrol from Zeller’s Der Vogelhandler‚ later adding the waltz song from Edward German’s Tom Jones...Rebecca Bottone returned to bring us a vocal setting of Strauss’ waltz Wo die Citronen blüh’n and‚ the vocal highlight of the afternoon‚ Vilja from The Merry Widow.

Lark Reviews (January 2018)

Mozart vs Machine‚ Mahogany Opera

It was a slick‚ confident production from Mahogany Opera‚ nonetheless‚ with brilliant performances – best of all‚ soprano Rebecca Bottone as a garish Mozart.

The Scotsman (November 2017)

All of this zany action forges a surreal‚ vaudevillian and hyped-up show trial that puts Mozart - brilliantly sung and acted by the English-born soprano‚ Rebecca Bottone‚ whose dress and make-up depicted the wunderkind from Salzburg so vividly - firmly in the dock.

Planet Hugill (September 2017)

Lucio Silla‚ Buxton Festival

Rebecca Bottone’s Giunia‚ much the most complicated character‚ was equally well-judged‚ as she moved from cold fish to determined lover in convincing stages.

Opera Magazine (September 2017)

Rebecca Bottone was well up to the vocally dazzling task of Giunia‚ Cecilio’s wife and the proud rejector of Silla’s unwelcome love.

BachTrack (July 2017)

Rebecca Bottone was also on top form‚ as his faithful fiancée‚ Giunia‚ looking terrific and singing with beauty and sensitivity over a wide range (in‚ for instance‚ Frà I pensier più funesti di morte).

Manchester Classical Music (July 2017)

As a beautiful Giunia in her long dress and red hair‚ Rebecca Bottone was barely off the stage‚ providing a wonderful focal point for the varying traumas‚ and singing a superbly emotional Act III aria after her betrothed Cecilio has apparently been executed.

Mark Ronan (July 2017)

...Rebecca Bottone’s imperious Giunia and Karolina Plickova’s vacillating Lucio Cinna all make their mark musically.

The Spectator (July 2017)

Mozart wrote Lucio Silla when he was 16 and eager to wow Milan. Some of its arias are longer than whole movements in his symphonies and demand heroic stamina and virtuosity. So I have nothing but admiration for Rebecca Bottone...

The Times (July 2017)

None of the critics around me could remember a previous professional staged performance of Lucio Silla‚ a tale of a Roman dictator who improbably allows the sincere love of Giunia (Rebecca Bottone on outstanding form) for Cecilio...

Mail on Sunday (June 2017)

Deborah‚ Halle Festival

...Deborah‚ sung by English sopraono Rebecca Bottone‚ who has a very pleasing and pure voice‚ with crystalline high notes and accurate coloratura.

BachTrack (June 2017)

The First Commandment‚ Classical Opera

Dominating proceedings was Rebecca Bottone’s Worldly Spirit who with her large pile of blond hair‚ dazzling smile and amorous approach seemed to be a reincarnation of one of Barbara Windsor’s Carry On characters. I almost expected a cry of “Saucy!”. Vocally‚ she displayed a fine bubbling top that easily coped with the high notes and trills of the character‚ at her best in “Life is pleasure‚ do not waste it”.

BachTrack (March 2017)

Soprano Rebecca Bottone sang with thrilling personality - and a few hints of Audrey Luna - as Worldly Spirit‚ proving that Mozart always did love to pair a coloratura soprano with the characters who have a so-bad-it’s-a-good-influence on the hero of the story.

Schmopera (March 2017)

Rebecca Bottone’s Worldly Spirit‚ luring all along the paths of wickedness‚ was impudent and virtuosic.

The Observer (March 2017)

New Years Eve Concert‚ Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra

The audience again enjoyed the mix and clearly were captivated by the coloratura excellence of soprano Rebecca Bottone.

No doubt she offered not only beautiful and masterly singing but also full value for money‚ serving up six classics from Josef Strauss as well as Franz Lehar‚ Gilbert and Sullivan‚ Fritz Kreisler and Carl Zeller.

She also left the Dome faithful in seventh heaven with an Italian encore of Arditi’s Il Bacio.

Mid Sussex Times (January 2017)

In between the orchestral delights the charming Rebecca Bottone‚ a soprano who loves to show off in the nicest possible sense‚ seduced and dazzled with a display that showed not just vocal agility but a fine control of tone and soaring power.

The Argus (January 2017)

The Sorcerer‚ National Gilbert & Sullivan Opera Company‚ Harrogate

A local parishioner‚ Constance‚ has a passion for the mentally-detached parson‚ Dr Daly. Their stage presence and interaction at their meeting is beautifully played and sung.

Seen & Heard International (August 2016)

The Mikado‚ Scottish Opera

Rebecca Bottone is a beautifully sweet Yum-Yum

Seen & Heard International (June 2016)

There’s quite a lot to like about the singing. Nicholas Sherratt had a gentle take on Nanki-Poo – a lyrical performance which did him credit. Rebecca Bottone’s Yum-Yum matched him well. There was an effortlessness about their duets which was very pleasing.

Opera Britannia (May 2016)

Rebecca Bottone brings resolute charm to the role of Yum-Yum

The Scotsman (May 2016)

Rebecca Bottone makes an appealingly knowing Yum-Yum.

The Stage (May 2016)

Akhnaten‚ English National Opera

The score calls for relatively solo singing‚ but the two women completing the central trio were well taken by Emma Carrington (sculpting a warm mezzo line as Nefertiti) and Rebecca Bottone (bright - toned as Queen Tye.

Opera Magazine (May 2016)

Emma Carrington was a rich-toned Queen Nefertiti‚ complementing Rebecca Bottone’s bright-voiced Queen Tye

MusicOMH (March 2016)

Mother Queen Tye was a soaring yet crisply-controlled Rebecca Bottone...

Opera Britannia (March 2016)

they are serenely sung by Emma Carrington and Rebecca Bottone

Sunday Times (March 2016)

No praise too high for Emma Carrington’s luscious Nefertiti‚ Rebecca Bottone’s spooky Queen Tye

The Independent (March 2016)

Rebecca Bottone as his mum‚ the brittle matriarch Queen Tye‚ commands the stage...

Timeout (March 2016)

Patience‚ National Gilbert & Sullivan Opera Company‚ Harrogate

Patience herself‚ at the centre of the action‚ was played by Rebecca Bottone as a very Yorkshire milkmaid. Her agile soprano sparkled in her solo songs and she created a fine rapport with her two suitors

BachTrack (August 2015)

Patience appeared in a costume replicating Gilbert’s original style and carried off her part‚ with believable wide-eyed innocence‚ to perfection. Her ‘tripe and chips’ northern image of a simple-minded lass was brilliant...Rebecca Bottone has a loving sincerity to her singing and the duet with Grosvenor was tenderly sung by them both

Seen & Heard International (August 2015)

Epithalamion‚ BBC Prom 7 Royal Albert Hall

This clearly was a fine first-performance – Andrew Davis is a long-time Wood champion and Epithalamion is dedicated to him – the full orchestra and its bright and dark-glow sounds well-prepared‚ the BBC Symphony Chorus suggesting much enjoyment in tackling Wood’s grateful writing‚ and Rebecca Bottone (singing from the Chorus) sweet-toning the celebration

Classical Source (July 2015)

Idomeneo‚ Blackheath Halls

Rebecca Bottone’s serious‚ self-assured Ilia was impressive. Vocal sweetness aside‚ she best grasped the fact that less is more when acting in-the-round: and as official Trojan spokesperson she lent an arresting colour to Amanda Holden’s safe but neutral English text

Opera (September 2015)

Nicholas Jenkins marshalled his musical forces effectively and chose a fine quartet of leads...Rebecca Bottone and Sam Furness made a lyrical romantic pair

Sunday Times (July 2015)

Peter Pan‚ Welsh National Opera at Covent Garden

...the children were led by the irrepressible energy of Miss Bottone as the youngest child‚ Michael‚ who was a convincing‚ impish‚ bell-like schoolboy

Opera Britannia (July 2015)

The three children were equally impressive‚ with a lovely sense of child-like attitude and body language...Nicholas Sharratt and Rebecca Bottone made a great double act as the two boys!

Planet Hugill (July 2015)

Pelléas et Mélisande‚ Welsh National Opera (Birmingham Hippodrome)

Much praise also for Rebecca Bottone’s Ynoild. Hers was a distressingly realistic depiction of innocence being crushed by the actions of others

Classical Source (June 2015)

Peter Pan‚ Welsh National Opera

Finely done‚ too‚ are Marie Arnet’s caring Wendy‚ with Nicholas Sharratt and Rebecca Bottone as her brothers John and Michael respectively

The Stage (June 2015)

Rebecca Bottone‚ as Michael‚ youngest of the three Darling children‚ captures the physical movements and gestures of a young boy quite beautifully (and is disturbingly sexy in the process!)

Seen & Heard International (May 2015)

Nicholas Sharratt and Rebecca Bottone sang‚ acted and flew John and Michael

Wales Online (May 2015)

Pelléas et Mélisande‚ Welsh National Opera

Leah-Marian Jones‚ as Geneviève‚ was secure and intelligent in all that she did‚ as was Rebecca Bottone in the role of Yniold. Bottone is a young singer of real charm and stage presence

Seen & Heard International (June 2015)

...if Golaud’s son Yniold has to be played by a woman then Rebecca Bottone’s your man

What’s On Stage (June 2015)

Rebecca Bottone introduced a volatile treble quality into her singing as Yniold‚ inducing great anxiety as she spies on the lovers for his father

Classical Source (May 2015)

Rebecca Bottone (a winsome Yniold) completed a very fine cast

Telegraph (May 2015)

La Cenerentola‚ Scottish Opera

Rebecca Bottone and Máire Flavin made a spry pair of wild-haired jealous sisters‚ their voices blending together in their anxiety to win over their hearts’ desire and improve their station

BachTrack (October 2014)

Rebecca Bottone and Máire Flavin sing nimbly and have fun as the stepsisters‚ all swivelling hips and mouths agog

The Guardian (October 2014)

Sandrine Anglade’s interpretation plays up to the pantomime traditions of the story‚ and she is well served by the performances of Rebecca Bottone and Maire Flavin as the far-from-ugly sisters

Herald Scotland (October 2014)

L’Issipile‚ La nuova musica

The starry line-up of soloists had been cleverly chosen. Sopranos Lucy Crowe and Rebecca Bottone complemented each other perfectly‚ with Crowe’s luscious fullness of tone set off by Bottone’s coloratura (crystalline despite her heavy pregnancy)

Independent (January 2014)

Unstaged though it was‚ every singer entered fully into the spirit of the narrative...Rebecca Bottone sang with crystalline tone even when the music was at its most fearsome

MusicOMH (January 2014)

Heavily pregnant – I feared she might give birth at any moment – Rebecca Bottone put all her strength into the role of Rodope‚ the heroine’s perpetually anguished confidante

The Arts Desk (January 2014)

Imeneo‚ Academy of Ancient Music‚ Barbican Hall London

As Rosmene‚ Rebecca Bottone’s voice was sweet‚ elegant and precise

MusicOMH (June 2013)

Rebecca Bottone revealed Rosmene as a woman not so much of erotic allure as one of determination and forcefulness with her defiant and demonstrative gestures‚ dramatically and musically

Classical Source (May 2013)

As the centre of attention‚ Rebecca Bottone’s Rosmene was sung with a bright soprano‚ as hard and brilliant as a diamond

Financial Times (May 2013)

Peter Grimes‚ Royal Opera House

...deceptively smart characters here given layered performances by Rebecca Bottone and Anna Devin

Musical Criticism (June 2011)

Yet here‚ with gifted actor-singers such as Matthew Best (Swallow)‚ Roderick Williams (Ned Keene)‚ Jonathan Summers (Balstrode) and Alan Oke (Bob Boles)‚ identification presented no problem. We knew each one of them. Jane Henschel’s Mrs Sedley‚ Catherine Wyn-Rogers’s Auntie and her "nieces"‚ the lively duo of Rebecca Bottone and Jette Parker young artist Anna Devin‚ conveyed both their individuality and their numbing‚ circumscribed ordinariness

Observer on Sunday (June 2011)

Her ‘nieces’‚ Rebecca Bottone and Anna Devin both made strong impressions too‚ their proper air of grotesquerie never allowed to proceed too far

Seen & Heard International (June 2011)

A Midsummer Night’s Dream‚ Garsington

Oberon and Tytania – James Laing and the remarkable Rebecca Bottone

Independent (June 2010)

Rebecca Bottone sparkled through Tytania’s coloratura

Telegraph (June 2010)

Steuart Bedford‚ Britten’s preferred interpreter in his day and someone who knows this score better than anyone‚ leads an outstanding ensemble cast whose impeccable diction allows us to ignore the surtitles and feast our eyes as well as our ears on the performances. ?Rebecca Bottone is a divine Tytania‚ mischievous and spritzer-voiced

What’s On Stage (June 2010)

Powder Her Face‚ Royal Opera House

Rebecca Bottone was every above-the-stage inch the Helden-soubrette Adès calls for in her various roles‚ an astonishing‚ high-energy performance

Classical Source (May 2010)

Rebecca Bottone‚ qui récolte une large part des applaudissements au moment des saluts‚ semble se régaler de ces acrobaties‚ les prouesses virtuoses dissimulant mal l’acidité d’un chant qui donne parfois l’impression de miaulements /// Rebecca Bottone ‚ who collects a large share of applause when greetings‚ seems to enjoy these acrobatics‚ virtuoso prowess poorly concealing the acidity of a song that sometimes gives the impression of meowing

Forum Opera (May 2010)

Timothy Redmond’s conducting is super-slick‚ and there are superbly lubricious performances from Iain Paton‚ Alan Ewing and Rebecca Bottone as the exploitative men and women in the Duchess’s life

The Guardian (May 2010)

Rebecca Bottone was rivetingly comic in a medley of soubrette roles

Independent (May 2010)

...the cast remains the same‚ each - Alan Ewing‚ Rebecca Bottone and Iain Paton - quite outstanding in their multiple roles

The Opera Critic (May 2010)

Prima Donna‚ Sadler’s Wells‚ London

...the pert coloratura maid Marie (Rebecca Bottone‚ sweetly stratospheric)

The Independent (April 2010)

Rebecca Bottone as a sympathetic maid is the best of the supporting cast

Telegraph (April 2010)

A Little Night Music‚ Théâtre du Chatêlet

...the secondary female roles of Anne Egerman (Fredrik’s child-bride) and Countess Charlotte Malcolm are expertly filled by‚ respectively‚ Rebecca Bottone and Deanne Meek

Classic (February 2010)

Artaxerxes‚ Linbury Theatre Royal Opera House

Elizabeth Watts and Rebecca Bottone as Arbaces’ beloved Mandane and his sister Semira respectively‚ brought some vocal weight to the cast. The contrasting tonal colour of their voices helped characterise their splendid sparring music...Bottone proved herself consistently agile

Musical Criticism (November 2009)

As Semira‚ Arbaces’ sister‚ Rebecca Bottone shone

Seen & Heard International (November 2009)

Le grand macabre‚ English National Opera

Frances Bourne (Amando) y Rebecca Bottone (Amanda) complementan con movimientos coreográficos sus voces precisas y seguras en el ataque de la altísima tesitura de sus roles /// Frances Bourne (Amando) and Rebecca Bottone (Amanda) choreographic movements complement their accurate and safe in the attack on the high tessitura of their roles voices

Mundo Clasico (September 2009)

Bourne and Bottone make the absurdities‚ exaggerations‚ uglinesses and angularities of Ligeti’s vocal writing sparkle

The Independent on Sunday (September 2009)

Prom 35: Gilbert and Sullivan Patience‚ Royal Albert Hall‚ London

The cast was perfection. Toby Stafford-Allen (Grosvenor) and Simon Butteriss (Bunthorne) were the velvet-clad rivals hankering after Rebecca Bottone’s naive‚ proletarian Patience

The Guardian (August 2009)

...sweet-voiced Rebecca Bottone (Patience) who “cannot tell what this love may be” but spins her bewilderment in two of the most exquisite numbers Sullivan ever wrote. Only the musically insensitive or cloth-eared could balk at those

The Independent (August 2009)

Prima Donna‚ Manchester International Festival‚ Palace Theatre Manchester

Bottone sweetly turns her aria "A mon pays de Picardie"

Independent on Sunday (July 2009)

Rebecca Bottone is quite brilliant as the bird-like Marie‚ flitting to Madame’s assistance‚ trilling her sympathy in the upper registers

Observer on Sunday (July 2009)

Ermione‚ Opera Rara

Soprano Rebecca Bottone was a young-sounding‚ fresh and confident confidante to Ermione

Seen & Heard International (April 2009)

Rebecca Bottone as Cleone (Ermione’s confidante) was the only high lyric soprano and sang with clarity and beauty

Music & Vision (March 2009)

06th November, 2019

Despina - Cosi fan tutte - Classical Opera Company

Cadogan Hall
08th November, 2019

Despina - Cosi fan tutte - Classical Opera Company

Birmingham Town Hall
10th November, 2019

Despina - Cosi fan tutte - Classical Opera Company - Teatro Comunale, Syracuse, Italy (with Martin Randall Travel)

23rd November, 2019

Brahms Requiem - St Matthew's Church

Opera Rara

Adelaide di Borgogna, Rossini

Opera Rara

Ermione, Rossini

BR Klassik

Sweeney Todd, Stephen Sondheim