"As Cherubino Hannah Fraser showed an earthy vocal quality in her two arias especially in “Voi Che Sapete,” where voice relished in the long lines Mozart gives this character. She played the character with a timidity and it almost seemed as her Cherubino was always uncomfortable. Of course, there was a flirtatious nature as Fraser’s constantly gave winks toward the Countess and Susanna"
- OPERAWIRE, Prague
"...I do hope I live long enough to hear them again. What a privilege it was!"
Established in 2014, Voci Stupende is a not-for-profit organisation, dedicated to championing the talent of gifted young opera singers and accompanists at the beginning of their careers. In just five years it has become a well-respected music platform in Australia offering both regional & city audiences the possibility to discover the voices of tomorrow. Voci Stupende continues to support an ever growing number of musicians & communities and is currently in the process of extending its reach to Europe hoping to offer performers around the globe the same development opportunities through dynamic music collaborations, operatic performances & festival contracts.
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