"Tenor Daevyd Pepper and soprano Rebecca Gray, as a sort of slutty schoolgirl witch, are simply hilarious. Their physical histrionics are matched by some very funny over the top vocals. This was actually laugh out loud stuff."
"the poet Rodolfo... performed with equal parts strength and sensitivity by tenor Daevyd Pepper... [his] powerful voice filled the room with emotion, bringing some audience members to tears." - Sharon Tikiryan/MuskokaRegion.com/ 2017
"Other standout performances included tenor Daevyd Pepper as Don Ottavio. He had a wonderful sound for Mozart, and the elements of the role that are so often tricky for tenors seemed to be right in his vocal sweet spot. I was thrilled that this production included his "Dalla sua pace", which he sang smart."
- Jenna Douglas/Schmopera/2016
"Daevyd Pepper’s Male Chorus was the other really interesting character... by playing him in a curiously deadpan way; careful, limited movements and the schoolmasterish diction that characterised the role’s creator. Very mature for a young singer."