REVIEWS

HAYDN'S CREATION TRURO CATHEDRAL  

"The impressive soprano, Catherine Hamilton, led the spirit of the three soloists, her bell-like voice rising above choir and orchestra when required without dominating the ensemble and interacting with her fellow singers to dramatic effect; the solidity of her technique – breath control, projection, even legato – was immediately evident and allowed her to convey an abundance of joyous expression without hindrance."

MOZART'S EXSULTATE JUBILATE LONDON

"The performances were an "unsung" triumph for Miss Hamilton who also found herself negotiating the demanding coloratura of Mozart's Exsultate Jubilate."   Classical Music

ROSSINI'S STABAT MATER PLYMOUTH GUILDHALL

"Catherine Hamilton was outstanding, with Catherine’s O Salutaris arguably the evening’s highlight." Philip Buttall

BRAHMS REQUIM DARTINGTON GREAT HALL

 "Soprano Catherine Hamilton's voice was always such a pleasure to listen to, as she so effortlessly soared to her high notes, maintaining tonal beauty throughout, and with such easy delivery that spoke so readily to her audience."  Seen and Heard International

400th ANNIVERSARY SHAKESPEARE  DARTINGTON GREAT HALL

"Brahms Requiem, Dartington "Soprano Catherine Hamilton's voice was always such a pleasure to listen to, as she so effortlessly soared to her high notes, maintaining tonal beauty throughout, and with such easy delivery that spoke so readily to her audience."  Seen and Heard International

ELIJAH PLYMOUTH GUILDHALL

The soprano role was originally written for Swedish Nightingale Jenny Lind, and here soloist Catherine Hamilton proved a worthy successor.