Garsington Opera Mozart's Cosi Fan Tutte, Dorabella

Garsington Opera Mozart's Cosi Fan Tutte, Dorabella

“Rudge’s mezzo is more burnished with each passing year. “
The Times, Richard Morrison 7th June 2015

“Kathryn Rudge’s Dorabella is ravishingly sung”Cosi Fan Tutte, Garsington, Kathryn Rudge
The Independent, Michael Church, 11th July 2015.

‘Kathryn Rudge is an adorable Dorabella: she sings with a fresh uncomplicated Mozartian mezzo.”
What’s On Stage, Mark Valencia, 6th June 2015

“Kathryn Rudge was a complete delight as Dorabella…(she) executed both arias with a lovely casualness, for all their technical complexity, making them less statements and simply part of the natural flow.” Robert Hughill, 8th June 2015

“Some good voices entertained us…Kathryn Rudge’s creamy mezzo as Dorabella,”
The spectator, Geoff Brown, 13th June 2015

“Kathryn Rudge”s Dorabella the strongest in vocal terms; ‘Smanie implacabili’ was
vividly characterised, and she blended mellifluously with the other voices in the ensemble”
Music OMH, Melanie Eskenazi 6th June 2015

“Kathryn Rudge was a feisty Dorabella, “Smanie implacabili” especially fine.”
Bachtrack, Mark Pullinger, 6th June 2015

“Kathryn Rudge’s Dorabella demonstrated considerable feistiness at times, and amorous passion at others”
Classical Source, Curtis Rogers, 7th June , 2015

“Kathryn Rudge was a sparkling and feisty Dorabella,”
Bucks Free Press, Stephanie Warhead, 10th June 2015

“In casting Andreea Soare and Kathryn Rudge as sisters Fiordiligi and Dorabella, Garsington Opera has discovered two promising young singers who are totally convincing as the dizzy pair in love with the idea of love.”
Sunday Express, Clare Colvin 13th June 2015

“Kathryn Rudge”s firmly sung Dorabella”
The Stage, George Hall, 8th June 2015

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