November 1, 2009
Turn of The Screw, Aldeburgh, UK
"Anna Devin's governess became the villain – scribbling feverishly in her diary, collating evidence, a suffocating, desperate termagant..." Read more »
Anna Picard, The Independent
National Opera Studio Showcase
"Anna Devin as the vulnerable Gilda. Her intensely musical account of 'Caro nome' was finely controlled and crowned with a good trill."
Margaret Davies, Opera Magazine
Recording: Mozart’s Il re Pastore
"Anna Devin has a more opulent voice than either of the other sopranos, and this makes her Tamiri stand out well from them...her second act aria is a highlight."
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Simon Thompson,
October 24, 2009
Turn of The Screw, Aldeburgh, UK
"From her first appearance, motionless with her back to us on a bare raised scaffold as the audience came into the theatre space, Anna Devin’s Governess was a woman at odds with herself as well as with her post at Bly. Vocally, she dominated her scenes" Read more »
Anne Morley-Priestman, What's on Stage
L’isola Disabitata
Linbury Studio
"Anna Devin’s tirelessly expressive Silvia flares into ardour as she discovers the flames of love." Read more »
Hillary Finch, The Times
October 22, 2009
Turn of The Screw, Aldeburgh, UK
".. the youthful governess, superbly sung by Irish soprano Anna Devin but with the wide-eyes vulnerability of someone half a child herself - and more innocent than her charges."
Michael White, Opera Now
Mozart’s Il re Pastore
"Anna Devin is poised and technically accomplished Tamiri" Read more »
Robert Hugill,