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In the press

"Emily Vine soars and thrills"

The Times
(For Into the little hill, Shadwell Opera)

"La Fee's relentlessly intricate coloratura was skilfully spun by Emily Vine, with ethereal delicacy and radiance"

Opera magazine

"Emily Vine (was) a charming and delicate Lucia."


"Emily Vine was a complete charmer as Countess Sylvie, demonstrating a nicely subtle sense of comedy whilst also coping with the spectacular vocal pyrotechnics."


"Emily Vine's diminutive Suor Genovieffa is enchanting."

The Times

"Emily Vine (is) captivating as her childish namesake Emmie."

The Stage

"Emily Vine's soprano is diamond-clear"

The Spectator
(For Into the little hill, Shadwell Opera)

"Emily Vine charmed as Suor Genovieffa"

The Guardian

"Fido (was) a rare coloratura breed brilliantly sung and graphically acted by Emily Vine"

"As Suor Genovieffa Emily Vine (was) intense and vivid"

Opera Magazine

"I have never witnessed such a perfect Susanna as that portrayed by Emily Vine... Here is a star of the future"

Bristol Evening Post

"Emily Vine was delightfully puppyish as Fido with her clear, accurate soprano"


"And for Frederic and Mabel we had two classy singers: David Webb’s tenor never less than noble and Emily Vine’s soprano hitting the high notes with panache."

Theatre Reviews North

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