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Reviews

Verdi's La Traviata

(Violetta) - 

Devon Opera

Leon Winston

Herald Express

Natasha Day provided a truly magnetic performance which captured in fine detail the whole tragic journey of the drama.

Scenes from Berg's Wozzeck/

Vaughan Williams' Pastoral Symphony -

Birmingham Philharmonic Orchestra

Norman Stinchcombe

Birmingham Post

Natasha Day's radiant soprano was crucial in both works: a passionate, yearning Marie seduced by the pugnacious macho posturing of Berg's deliberately hollow martial music and as the wonderfully soothing, wordless other-worldly off-stage voice providing a final benediction at the symphony's end.

Mozart’s Litaniae Lauretanae K195 & Exultate Jubilate - Battle Choral Society

Kevin Anderson

Rye & Battle Observer

The writing in the Litaniae especially is frighteningly elastic, but Natasha was frighteningly good. Her delivery of the Exsultate Jubilate, and its exquisite Alleluia, left us breathless. Natasha Day: remember the name.

Rossini's La Gazetta (Lisetta) - 

RCM International Opera School

Charlotte Valori

Bachtrack

Natasha Day is fabulous. Her arias are full of skilful bravura and exultation, and in Rossini’s witty exchanges her acting is slick: throughout, her performance brims with obvious enjoyment.

Handel's Agrippina 

(Poppea) - 

English Touring Opera

Michael Tanner

The Spectator

Natasha Day made a sensational impact. A commanding actress, she uses her lovely voice with utter assurance…

Carmen (Micaela) - 
Winslow Hall Opera

Robert Thicknesse

Opera Now

Natasha Day's Micaela had real radiance and a homespun strength of character...

Mozart's Magic Flute 

(First Lady) -

Nevill Holt Opera

Roderic Dunnett - Opera Now

Hugh Canning - Opera Magazine

Three dazzling and well matched Ladies...

...a sexy and euphonious trio of Ladies...

Bizet's Carmen (Micaela) - 

Edinburgh Grand Opera

Paul Christie

The Scotsman

Natasha Day's performance of the timid Micaela is particularly strong and her polished soprano blends beautifully with that of her love interest, Don Jose

Britten's Albert Herring (Miss Wordsworth) - 

RCM International Opera School 

John Jacob

Thoroughly Good

All the cast turned in outstanding performances. All of the voices sparkled in the Britten Theatre, most notably Natasha Day’s Miss Wordsworth…