REVIEWS

 

Into the Woods RNCM

Kateriana Fenech made a great Witch - blending comedy, sadness and pure evil to create a performance that grew and grew, culminating in her explosive and electrifying "Last Midnight".
Stephen Sondheim Society

 

Into the Woods RNCM

The performance saw the uniformly excellent cast deliver both speech and song with polish and enviable confidence, with Kateriana Fenech deserving special mention as the Witch.
Lynne Walker  The Independent

 

La Boheme Clonter Opera

Kateriana Fenech, a lovely clear-voiced soprano, moving the audience with the passion and poignancy of Puccini’s score.
Farnham Herald 

 

An Audenary Day with Gabriel Woolf Stratford-upon-Avon

Benjamin Britten’s songs with their Auden lyrics sung well by Kateriana Fenech who took the house along with her beautifully in the amusing cabaret song Tell me the Truth about Love.
Birmingham Post

 

La Boheme Clonter Opera

Kateriana Fenech made a stunning Musetta, her rapport with Marcello thoroughly convincing.
Manchester Reviews Online

 

Vocal Recital Jaqueline du Pre Hall, Oxford

Fenech may be five foot nothing and pretty as a picture, but she is not just a soubrette. Her Musetta was as sexy as her Juliette was innocent – both combined in a performance of Sempre Libera which suggested that we have a fine, perhaps exceptional, Traviata on the way.
Oxford Times Weekend

 

Djamileh Opera South Electric Theatre

The soprano Kateriana Fenech captured every facet of Djamileh’s character. She looked and sounded quite beautiful, and made a great deal of her gently pulsating lament, ensuring that every word of Guy Davenport’s translation was heard.
Petersfield Post