Reviews

 

La Forza del Destino, State Opera South Australia, October 2013

 

"Her rich soprano voice is compelling and accurate, with a golden bloom at the top, and she performed with true dramatic involvement. "                                                      Sandra Bowdler, Opera Britannia

 

"For unstated reasons, Lecia Robertson took the role of the hermit Leonora after the interval, and she sang beautifully. "

 Steve Evans,   In Daily

 

" ….soprano, Lecia Robertson, took over for the second half of the evening.  Her first aria drew forth huge applause and cries of "Bravo!"                                   

 Barry Lenny, BWW Opera World

 

 "She warmed up quickly and sang well the finale. Leonora’s death was very touching and softened the hearts of the spectators."                              

 Daniela Kaleva, Australian Stage

 

"Her understudy, Lecia Robertson, however was excellent!" 

 Kym Clayton, Barefoot Review

 

 

Carmen, Opera Queensland, 2012

 

 “Lecia Robertson entered as the country girl Micaëla searching for Don José and sang with clarity and poignancy and showed her mettle and avoided the                  boisterous  soldiers.”

Eric Scott, 4MBS Classic FM, October 2012

 

Eugene Onegin, Richmond Theatre

 

"… a Tatyana of enchanting powers of expression and striking vocal gifts,

graduating from girlish teenager to grande dame with a highly intelligent maturing of

manner and voice."

Hilton Tims - Surrey Comet

 

Susannah by Carlisle Floyd
 

"… Lecia Robertson’s Susannah was a full –scale realisation of the part…many

more illustrious singers could learn from her carefully understated way of carrying herself.

… Robertson invested it with real emotion and not a little ingénue eroticism."                                                                                                           

Nick Kimberley - Opera

 

 

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