What they've said...

Jerome Knox’s well sung, charming Giovanni showed what fun a life of sexual crime might be (Opera Magazine, October 2018 edition)


Director Laura Attridge cites Giovanni as a symbol of “toxic male entitlement”, but still allows Jerome Knox to exude laid-back charm, carried on a taut vocal line

The Stage review, Don Giovanni with Waterperry, Aug 2018



The men were especially good, led by a hugely impressive Death from Jerome Knox, whose warm, humane baritone was a beautiful thing to listen to

Seen and Heard International review, Jan 2018


Jerome Knox was a wide-eyed Faust

Telegraph review of The Fiery Angel with Scottish Opera, Dec 2017


Jerome Knox had less to do as Faust, but still made an effect

Opera Scotland review, Dec 2017


Jerome Knox's Falke was Mr Debonair in person - enough to qualify for an acting career if he wants (Opera Magazine, July 2017)


Lynn Bellamy and Jerome Knox made a splendid comic turn as Narciso and Pallante (Opera Now, April 2017)



Jerome Knox’s Don Giovanni is believably gorgeous, visually and musically, exuding an erotic charge which fires the whole performance and keeps the audience, as well as every woman on stage, in thrall

Bachtrack review of Don Giovanni with Hampstead Garden Opera, Nov' 2015


Jerome Knox’s Giovanni is a three hour tour de force: well voiced, authoritative, and able to squeeze the humour out of this sordid tale

Ham and High review of Don Giovanni with Hampstead Garden Opera, Nov' 2015


Amid much strong singing, Jerome Knox's Professor stood out with wonderful sonorous tone

Bachtrack review of Hogarth's stages at Tete a tete festival, May 2015



Jerome Knox’s bass Melisso made a telling contribution

York times review of Handel's Alcina at Ryedale festival, July 2016