"Enchanting Penelope, mezzo-soprano Beth Moxon masters the painful inflections of the character as well as her resistance, until the liberation of the song in the scene of recognition and the duo of love, all of finesse and joy."
"Beth Moxon delivered Ella’s short, declamatory lines with conviction and fluency, while managing to make Ella appear convincingly troubled and lost."
"Beth Moxon is the glamorous, self-assured Rosimonda."
"Moxon puts her arias over with the panache of a cabaret star."
"Strikingly mature, both vocally and dramatically. Beth Moxon’s Maurya is the centre to this maelstrom of musical grief."
★★★★ The Spectator