First reviews for Orfeo are in…

Orfeo ed Euridice Buxton Festival, 2014

‘Amore is entrancingly sung by soprano Daisy Brown’ George Hall, The Guardian (July 2014)

http://www.theguardian.com/music/2014/jul/14/orfeo-ed-euridice-buxton-festival-review

‘Rising star Daisy Brown is impressive as Amore’ Philip Radcliffe, The Arts Desk (July 2014)

http://www.theartsdesk.com/opera/theartsdesk-buxton-dvořák-rarity-gluck-tercentenary

‘Daisy Brown was a fabulous Amore – a sassy, sexy Cupid who emerges from the chorus as one of Orfeo’s groupies… Brown constantly impressed and she sang “Gli sguardi trattieni” with light, bright tone, whilst merrily scattering Eurydice’s ashes from the urn.’ Mark Pullinger, Bach Track (July 2014)

http://bachtrack.com/review-orfeo-buxton-chance-bargnesi-july-2014

‘Amore… was sung with striking beauty and lovely purity of tone by Daisy Brown’ Mark Ronan (July 2014)

http://www.markronan.com/2014/07/orfeo-ed-euridice-buxton-festival-july-2014/

Orfeo Ed Euridice - Christoph Willibald Gluck - Buxton Festival - 13 July 2014 Conductor - Stuart Stratford Director - Stephen Medcalf Designer - Frances O'Connor Lighting Designer - Malcolm Rippeth Choreographer - Paula O'Reilly Orfeo - Michael Chance

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