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"Bass-baritone Paul Carey Jones (a former winner of the Wagner Singing Competition) revs up the decibels as the psychopath L'Artiste."- Clare Colvin, Reviews Gate

"Paul Carey Jones projected sonorous menace as Delius' murderous pimp L'Artiste"

- Richard Bratby, The Spectator

"Paul Carey Jones projects a hollow but sinister power as L’Artiste, calling to mind Wagner’s Hunding"

- Curtis Rogers, Classical Source 

"Paul Carey Jones’s Artiste offering a contrasting, commanding, and vicious stage presence."

- Mark Berry, Seen and Heard International

"It was Paul Carey Jones, dangerously charismatic as L’Artiste (so called for his skills with a weapon, not a paintbrush), who brought the necessary snarl for this nasty little tale." - Alexandra Coughlan, Opera 

"Carey Jones takes the evening by storm from the moment he opens his mouth... he puts everything into delivering the most impeccable vocal and acting performance."

- Sam Smith, Music OMH

"Carey Jones found terrific charisma in the role, his sonorous bass-baritone joviality inflected with a rasp of underlying anger" - Boyd Tomkin, The Arts Desk

"resounding with absolute authority, Paul Carey Jones' booming baritone gives the production added texture." - Cheryl Markosky, Broadway World

"Paul Carey Jones' resonant voice carries easily" - Rebecca Franks, The Times

"Paul Carey Jones breezes through it, his voice six sizes larger than everyone else's." - Alexandra Coghlan, The Telegraph

"if anyone steals the show it's Paul Carey Jones' gutsy father, with a voice like a series of thunder-claps and an all-embracing presence."

- Michael Church, The Independent

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