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Don Carlo (Verdi) 

Grange Park Opera - Summer 2019

Una voce dal cielo 

'The beauty of Rosanna Harris’s Voice of Heaven is in perfect contrast with the horror of the auto da fé scene, underscored by the fate of the ‘heretic children’.

"The smaller roles were all well taken, with Rosanna Harris as the heavenly voice..."


Iolanthe & Ruddigore (G&S)

National G&S Opera Company  - Summer 2018


“Rosanna Harris and Bradley Travis make a winsome pair of young lovers as Phyllis and Strephon respectively.”


“Rose Maybud, the not-as-innocent-as-she-makes-out soprano heroine was Rosanna Harris: her dialogue was charming throughout as were her facial expressions, and her singing a delight, for example her first act song “If somebody there chanced to be”. It was instructive and essential to be able to hear all her words: perfect diction!”

“Silvery voiced Rosanna Harris is crystal clear as the hilariously prim Rose Maybud.”

“But the music sparkles and it is hilarious when village maiden Rose Maybud (Rosanna Harris) flits from one lover to another, then a third within a minute or two.”


Hampstead Garden Opera

Summer Concert - London, August 2018

"The first show stopper was Rosanna Harris’ O mio babbino – her crystal soprano soaring on the superb acoustic."


The Enchanted Pig (Dove)

Hampstead Garden Opera - November, 2017


"Adelaide aka the Old Witch’s spoilt daughter was gleamingly sung by soprano Rosanna Harrris. Her ‘Tiara aria’ was just as entertaining, divaesque and catchy as one would imagine for an evil bridezilla frustrated that she had lost her tiara."


A Midsummer Night's Dream (Britten)

Royal Northern College of Music - March, 2015


"Rosanna Harris brought an agile high soprano voice to Tytania."


L'Elisir d'amore (Donizetti)

Royal Northern College of Music - December, 2013


"Rosanna Harris, as Giannetta... proved herself a star, with a silvery voice and presence that should soon be an asset to any professional company."

Giannetta in L'elisir d'amore
Royal Northern College of Music, December 2013
Photo: Paul Cliff
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