Robyn Allegra Parton


Robyn Allegra Parton

Agnes: Nothing / Glyndebourne

“Bruce writes florid, Baroque and neoclassical lines for her, which soprano Robyn Allegra Parton dispatches with style whilst conveying great sympathy for her character, “



"...sang the part of Agnes with achingly sweet tone, remarkable dramatic commitment and exemplary diction."

Music OMH


"Stuart Jackson’s phlegmatic Pierre and Robyn Allegra Parton’s increasingly troubled Agnes provide standouts."

The Observer


Narrator: Deniz Küstü / Istanbul Music Festival

“…stylishly delivered by Robyn Allegra Parton…”



Morgana: Alcina / Ryedale Festival

“Cellist Carla Rovirosa Guals’s sensationally soulful obbligato to an equally succulent aria by Robyn Allegra Parton (Morgana) made it the evening’s highlight.“



“…it was the tenor, Joel Williams, and soprano, Robyn Allegra Parton, in the secondary roles as the lovers, Oronte and Morgana, who really stole the show.”

Yorkshire Post


Zerlina: Don Giovanni / Co Opera Company

“Robyn Allegra Parton proved irresistible as an Essex-girl Zerlina – a dynamic stage presence throughout, but at her seductive best in Vedrai carino.”



Peg: The Virtues of Things / Linbury Studio Theatre

“Rogers’ vocal writing rarely unbends into melody, but both the wonderfully watchable Paul Curievici and soprano Robyn Parton (Peg) manage to discover some beautiful lines in it, even when sitting in the outer reaches of their register. These two also carry the lion’s share of the drama, playing nicely off one another as tragedy and farce begin to collide.”

The Arts Desk


Schubert: Mass in A flat / University of Plymouth Choral Society

“A particular mention must go to soprano Robyn Allegra Parton for her beautifully-shaped top B flats…”



Kathleen Ferrier Awards

“…exuberant, accurate, poised and pleasing.”

Opera Today

Robyn Allegra Parton sings Mondonville’s Benefac Domine