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LATEST KONSTANZE REVIEWS
"Lucy Hall’s Konstanze sparkled in her interactions with the Pasha, and sailed through the dizzying virtuosity of “Martern aller Arten” with glittering coloratura and untiring top notes. Pity and pathos, but plenty of independence too: a smart characterisation in a really sophisticated show." BachTrack
"Fielding Konstanze's ferocious and testing arias of lament and anger with wonderful vigour, Lucy Hall's heroine ultimately has the men in her life at her feet begging for mercy." The Times
"Lucy Hall was quite a find as Matilde, she brought style and power to Matilde's one aria (in Act One), and certainly held her own against Mary Plaza's strong Elisabetta in the Act Two duet and terzetto. I certainly hope we hear more of her in the repertoire.
Mathilde, Elizabeth I, Planet Hugill
"Lucy Hall was an excellent Matilde, singing with warmth and sincerity - in fact, she was alone in persuading me that she was a ‘real’ person" Mathilde, Elizabeth I, Opera Today
“With her crystal clear, beautifully produced and phrased soprano (Lucy Hall) had an instinctive understanding of how to express tragic emotions.” Tageblatt (La Finta Giardiniera - GT du Luxembourg)
"Lucy Hall’s soprano is vibrant, full of rippling colours, relaxes and blossoms as it rises. She was terrific as the flirtatious Galatea, whose cocked eyebrows suggested was she was quite tempted by Polyphemus’ ardent attentions." Operatoday, Acis and Galatea, ENO
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Phil Venable's award-winning opera 4.48 Psychosis, based on the controversial play by Sarah Kane, was a hit with critics at the Prototype Festival in New York in January.
E V E N T S
Lucy will be performing as Euridice in Gluck's Orfeo ed Euridice alongside Catherine Carby as Orfeo, for Opus 48.
Scottish Opera Highlights Trailer
Featuring Lucy Hall - Soprano, Kate Howden - Mezzo Soprano, William Morgan - Tenor, Alexey Gusev - Baritone, Elizabeth Rowe on piano and directed by Jack Furness.
"Lucy Hall is a firecracker Zerlina...impossible not to watch no matter who else is on stage" Opera Britannica