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PRESS QUOTES

 

‘Definitely a soprano to watch out for, soloist Catriona Hewitson sang the Pie Jesu with a crystal clear tone and buoyant, fluid vibrato, her honest voice illuminating the space.’

Miranda Heggie The Herald (26/08/14) – Fauré Requiem with NYCoS (St Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh Fringe Festival)

 

‘…Catriona Hewitson’s pert Amore…’

Anna Picard The Times (19/03/14) – Gluck’s Orfeo ed Euridice, RNCM Opera

 

‘…Amore was nobly sung by Catriona Hewitson, with poise and power.’

Robert Beale www.ManchesterEveningNews.co.uk (17/03/14) – Gluck’s Orfeo ed Euridice, RNCM Opera

 

‘The star was Hewitson’s portrayal of Amore, with refined singing, secure and direct, yet subtle and totally entrancing.’

Andrew H King www.BachTrack.com (16/03/14) – Gluck’s Orfeo ed Euridice, RNCM Opera

 

‘Catriona Hewitson (Amore: the god of love) was also excellent.’

Robert Beale www.ManchesterTheatreAwards.com  (16/03/14) – Gluck’s Orfeo ed Euridice, RNCM Opera

 

 

 

‘Soprano Catriona Hewitson’s… superb instrument is surely at the start of a glittering career’

Keith Bruce The Herald (06/01/14) – Brahms’ Requiem with Caledonian Voices (Glasgow Cathedral)

 

‘… Catriona Hewitson's Pie Jesu absolutely heart-melting.’

Keith Bruce The Herald (06/03/13) – Fauré Requiem with NYCoS Chamber Choir (Perth Music Festival)

 

‘… Catriona Hewitson’s Pie Jesu beamed with glowing confidence.’

Ken Walton The Scotsman (04/03/13) –  Fauré Requiem with NYCoS Chamber Choir (Perth Music Festival)

 

‘… Catriona Hewitson delivering a beautifully moving account of Pie Jesu in its simple and honestly stated pleading.’

Carol Main The Scotsman (25/09/12) – Fauré Requiem with NYCoS Chamber Choir (Lammermuir Festival)

 

‘… top honours going to soprano Catriona Hewitson, whose name we are certain to hear even more of.’

Keith Bruce The Herald (28/08/12) – Fauré Requiem with NYCoS (St Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh Fringe Festival)

‘The star was Hewitson’s portrayal of Amore, with refined singing, secure and direct, yet subtle and totally entrancing.’

Andrew H King www.BachTrack.com