"...while Helen Évora's Countess Charlotte had charm to burn...". Opera magazine
".... A delightfully vivacious Rosina, her very presence lighting up the stage." The Oxford Times
".... Helen Évora is a constant delight: sprightly, bespectacled, imperturbable." Opera magazine
"Fine supporting performances come from Helen Évora's balletic Annina...".
Recently for Opera North: Countess Charlotte A Little Night Music in a new co-production with Leeds Playhouse; Justine Orpheus in the Record Shop, written by and starring Testament Homecut; Second Lady The Magic Flute in a new production directed by James Brining, and conducted by Robert Howarth; cover Kate/Lilli Vanessi Kiss me, Kate!; and Silvaine in a revival of the acclaimed Giles Havergal production of Lehár's The Merry Widow.
Forthcoming in Autumn/Winter 2021: Mercédès in Carmen; and cover Dinah in Bernstein's Trouble in Tahiti.
Helen's other performances include Annina Der Rosenkavalier Opera North in a revival of David McVicar's award-winning production; Little Red Riding Hood Into the Woods in Opera North's highly-acclaimed co-production with Leeds Playhouse; Rosina The Barber of Seville for The Merry Opera Company, Heritage Opera, and also highlights for London Festival Opera; Flora La Traviata and Prince Orlofsky Die Fledermaus for Focus Opera at Chiswick House; and Mercédès in NCO's production of Carmen at the Minack Theatre.
Helen Évora won full Scholarships throughout her vocal training in London. She attained her First Class BMus (Hons) at Trinity College of Music, and went on to attain her MMus at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, followed by the GSMD Opera Course. About Helen