"her rich, warm tone, clear at the top, subtle at the bottom, and backed by bags of personality – stood out."
Clive Paget - Limelight Magazine (full review)
"with her pinpoint diction and a ripe sense of pathos. Drunken Alice swooped and swayed with a skilful deployment of chest voice, while poor bereaved Jane's distress rang out crystal clear, every note and word true as iron."
Clive Paget - Limelight Magazine f(full review)
"a beautiful tone across her entire register, an expressive emotional connection to the arias, and a quietly radiant presence."
Jo Litson- Limelight Magazine (full review)
"her unusual mezzo soprano, composed and beautiful throughout the range"
Heather Leviston - Classic Melbourne (full review)
“It’s the young lovers who take this show and the company to a new level of excellence. Bronwyn Douglass as Rosina has a voice you could eat with a spoon.”
Ewart Shaw - The Advertiser (full review)
"Douglass, is a sensational Rosina"
Barry Lenny - Broadway World (full review)
"Of course, everyone was interested in the two lovers, Bronwyn Douglass as Rosina and Shanul Sharma as Count Almaviva. Their wonderful voices more than did justice to the difficult pieces, both being comfortable with the upper register. A joy to listen to; with real connection between them."
Fran Edwards - Glam Adelaide (full review)