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Così fan tutte, November 2010

“Aoife Miskelly was a pretty, delightful soubrette Despina, her singing fizzing energetically and accurately”. Peter Reed: www.classicalsource.com Royal Academy Opera, 22nd November 2010 “Of the six solo singers, only one – Aoife Miskelly (Despina) – was able to sustain her excellence … Continue reading

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NCC, The Irish Times

NCC, National Gallery of Ireland, cond. Odaline de la Martinez. “’Weir ‘A true blue dream of Skye’… this solo was sung with musicianly poise” Andrew Johnston, The Irish Times, July 07

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The Irish Times

O’Connell: Failte don ean, NCC, National Gallery of Ireland, cond. Celso Antunes. “…its soprano solo was sung with a sense of wonder by Aoife Miskelly” Michael Dungan, The Irish Times, Mar 06

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L’elisir d’amore (Adina)

Donizetti: L’elisir d’amore (Adina), Youth Opera Northern Ireland, Grand Opera House Belfast, cond. Timothy Rhys-Evans “Aoife Miskelly is a fresh, clear soprano, technically assured and obviously a singer of promise” Dermot Gault, The Irish Times, Sept 04

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Oxford Lieder Festival review

Royal Academy Song Circle, Oxford Lieder Festival ***** Mendelssohn’s cheer-leaders have spent his anniversary year desperately trying to convince the rest of us that his oratorios, symphonies, and concertos are unfairly-spurned masterpieces, but it hasn’t worked because – with a … Continue reading

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November 2010 Opera magazine

“Aoife Miskelly was consummate in her portrayal of the role [The Governess]. Vocally she had just the right way with Britten’s winging melismas and was fleet in her instant switches between a brave face to the children and the admission … Continue reading

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