for Jennie Such
"And if you need someone to dance on your grave (or
anyone else's), give Jennie Such a call. A more delightful
witch the Toronto stage has seldom seen."
Globe and Mail
"Such emitted shining tones, soaring
with glowing conviction." The
"Jennie Such's soft, dulcet-toned
soprano was ideal for Bianca..." The
"With a soprano voice of surpassing beauty, Jennie
Such was positively glowing in the role of Gianetta. She's
definately a singer to watch for." The
"Jennie Such was an ideal contrast as her rival,
the deposed queen of Egypt with warmer tone, broader phrasing."
The London Times (UK)
"But it was Jennie Such as Seleuce who gave the most
memorable performance, acting with tenderness and singing
with a sound at once bright, gentle and intense."
The Guardian (UK)
"As for Such, she's even more impressive - a wonderful soprano
voice, agile, with long lines lavish with baroque decoration.
She takes the ornaments thrown at her by the Pacific Baroque Orchestra
and pitches them right back in perfect mimicry...she's a find."
The Vancouver Sun
"Jennie Such fielded warmer tone as her rival Seleuce, the
exiled queen of Egypt, and phrased her melancholy music with impressive
breadth." Opera (UK)
"Such was the sweet yet clever Susanna that Mozart envisioned."
"As Susanna, Such brings fire to her romantic moments with
her beloved and is particularly lovely in her duets with the Countess
and Cherubino." The National Post
"The palm of the evening must surely go to Jennie Such as
Seleuce. In a heartfelt portrayal of a wife bereft of her loved
one she produced some exquisite singing from her rich and beautifully
Horsham Gazette (UK)
"Such sang "Ihr habt nun Traurigkeit" (Brahms -
Ein Deutches Requiem) with melting beauty of tone, her silvery
instrument powerfully and movingly conveying the aria's warmth
and sublime tenderness." The Globe and Mail
"Jennie Such is a delight as Cherubino. Not only is she blessed
with a bright, beautiful voice, but she plays a boy with jaw-dropping
aplomb." Eye Magazine