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Reviews

Handel's Alcina
"and Devin in "Barbara!" were outstanding moments among many highlights"
Handel's Alcina
"Anna Devin also held her own, relishing the ferocious reproaches of “Barbara!”."
Rossini's The adventure of Count Ory
more than matched by the glorious Anna Devin as the object of his desire
Handel's Faramondo
"rising star, Irish soprano Anna Devin...All her arias were well sung with strong accurate tone and sparkling cadenzas, and she also displayed great acting skill in voice and body."
Great Music in Irish Houses
"soprano Anna Devin in radiant form in some nicely decorated early Handel German Arias as well as flashing vocal fireworks in Tomami a vagheggiar from his opera Alcina"
Handel's Faramondo
"Anna Devin gave with ravishing coloratura cascade an emotionally torn Clotilde"
Handel's Faramondo
"The role of Clotilde, whether as an object of desire , as a love interest or as brave sister, the Irish soprano Anna Devin,..righteous in all voice and life. Brilliant and elegant, she succeeds in shipwreck aria in the second act, their hot ride is rewarded through economies of scale and coloratura cascade with a pizza pieces from the cardboard box"
Barbar's Knoxville Dublin
"Ms Devin captures the childlike atmosphere of the piece beautifully and copes effortlessly with Barber’s undulating lines"
Through his Teeth
"Anna Devin sings with compelling beauty as the woman known only as A"
Through his Teeth
"As A, the woman, Anna Devin delivers a tour de force performance"
Parsifal ROH
"there are some promising voices here in the mix, chiefly Anna Devin"
Don Giovanni - Scottish Opera
"Ms Devin had the sweetest singing amongst the entire cast"
Don Giovanni - Scottish Opera
"Anna Devin simpered prettily as a rococo shepherdess of a Zerlina:
Don Giovanni
"Devin makes an ideal Zerlina in sound and stage presence: the Irish soprano is a bright spark indeed."
Hänsel und Gretel
"Pack tissue if you're going, for an Evening Prayer more exquisite than that sung by Anna Devin(Gretel) and Claudia Huckle(Hänsel) is hard to imagine."