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Elizabeth Drury Sopranp


"Engaging soprano Elizabeth Drury produces a crystal clear sound for Mondonville's Venite Adoremus" Gemma Corden,, 11th October 2015

"Elizabeth Drury (soprano) was a balm for the ear and spirit with fast, accurate and even runs even in Handel’s most florid writing (Rejoice greatly) which sounded truly felt rather than just vocalised"   Birmingham Post 10/12/2014

"the coloratura contributions of Elizabeth Drury deserve special mention" Telegraph 20/7/2013

"Elizabeth Drury enchanting in her Papagena-like rap"

"it was soprano Elizabeth Drury, who managed to breath such a welcome freshness into Rejoice greatly… the use of tasteful and appropriate ornamentation was a feature of the whole evening’s performance itself.

"The soprano Elizabeth Drury made light of a ferociously difficult coloratura solo which put the Queen of the Night in the shade"

The star of the show was undeniably Elizabeth Drury, soprano, in the technically challenging title role of Santa Maria, who displayed incredible vocal nimbleness throughout. Julia Savage on 21st May 2012

Special mention should be made of Elizabeth Drury whose quality of tone and technical command were particularly impressive. Exmouth Journal, February 7th 2013

Coloratura wonderfully despatched by soprano Elizabeth Drury -

Elizabeth Drury........really got on top of the music and wowed the other performers, never mind the audience.

Elizabeth Drury, who not only has the soprano voice of an angel but also played a mean saxophone. - Isle of Wight County Press

@AnnieMusicEd: Elizabeth Drury! Wow!

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