RACHEL MABY

Mezzo Soprano

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Sideshows by Leo Geyer at the Grimeborn Opera Festival, August 2015

a sultry performance from Rachel Maby, who would be at home on London’s top jazz stages

Francesca Wickes, Fringe Opera, August 2015.

 

Sideshows by Leo Geyer at the Grimeborn Opera Festival, August 2015

all the performers were astounding...Such rare artistic fun was a fine demonstration of the depth of talent to be found among young British musicians at the present time.

Beachcomber, Daily Mail, 10th August 2015.

 

Nottingham Philharmonic Family Concert, January 2015

Adding vocal splendour to the concert were Charlotte Hewett in Dvorak's Song to the Moon and Rachel Maby in two Frank Sinatra classics. Their combined voices in Delibes' Flower Song was one of the evening's many highlights.

William Ruff, Nottingham Post, 1st February 2015.

 

Sideshows, King's Place, London August 2014

Rachel Maby was wonderful in the various roles allotted her, chameleon-like in the way she changed characters.

Robert Hugill, classical musi critic, 11th August 2014.

 

Sideshows, Cockpit Theatre, London, July 2014

energetically conducted by Geyer...he wryly announces the arrival of malleable mezzo soprano, Rachel Maby, in her various guises (fire-eater, dancing bear and daughter of the bearded woman, to name a few). It’s a lot of fun, and if shattering expectations is the aim tonight, this troupe is the clear winner.

Francesca Wickers, Fringe Opera, 7th July 2014.

 

Soldier's Tale, Rose Theatre Kingston 2013

The portrayal of the Devil rose above... because Maby was so wonderfully malevolent.

Robert Hughill, classical music critic, 16th July 2013.

 

The Legend of Mike Smith by Soweto Kinch album review 2013

Guests include...vocalists Cleveland Watkiss, Eska Mtungwazi and Rachel Maby, all of whom give the music a wide stylistic range that moves from throbbing swing to minimalist crunching beats.

Jazzwise issue 172, March 2013.