"Luci Briginshaw took both second prize and audience prize for ringing, secure and dramatically engaged renditions of Qui la voce from I puritani and the Queen of the Night's Der Holle Rache."

Review of By Voice Alone final, July 2019

Neil Fisher, Opera Magazine


'Our two leading sopranos each feel superbly suited to this score, and to the space...Luci Briginshaw's natural, appealing Adele regularly brings energy and joy to the stage, sung with thrilling fullness (and delightful petulance where appropriate).'

Die Fledermaus, November 2016

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'Luci Briginshaw's superb Donna Anna is one of the evening's main highlights, thrillingly well sung and beautifully acted'

Don Giovanni, November 2015 

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'Luci Briginshaw is a radiant Mimi - a soft glow ever present in her eyes, despite her pallid complexion and increasingly sickly posture. She's a deeply likeable character: her earnest self-expression and dignity still standing in her final hours, and Luci Briginshaw's voice reflects this admirably.'

La Boheme, October 2015 

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'Luci Briginshaw...revolutionised Gilda from "Caro nome" onwards, giving a performance of heartbreaking softness, innocence and sincerity fuelled by singing which grew ever more fabulous as the night drew on.'

Rigoletto, August 2014 

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'The show's shining light was the gorgeous Luci Briginshaw [as Violetta]. She glowed with talent throughout, and it was quite possibly her imaginative, daring, earthly performance that drew expression from her co-workers. She owned the stage, her aching love for Alfredo penetrating the audience, and expressing herself with such beauty that she provoked several murmured 'wow's from the front row.'

La Traviata, September 2013

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'As for the wonderful singing of the Queen of the Night! Her arias are the reason many love this opera, and Luci Briginshaw did not disappoint.'

The Magic Flute, November 2013 

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