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BBC Music Magazine review of 'The Call' with Malcolm Martineau

Mezzo-soprano Martha Jones is charming in ‘Aufträge’ and exceptional in Debussy’s ‘La flûte de Pan’,

Jones again impresses with her imagination and vulnerability in Britten’s arrangement of ‘Early one morning’ and Howells’s ‘King David’. 

“Martha Jones as Dorabella, sang with grace, charm and a naughty twinkle.”

 

(Stephen Pritchard: The Guardian)

 

        "Martha Jones is a warmly engaging Dorabella." (Rupert Christiansen: The Telegraph)

“Martha Jones’ warm mezzo as Hermia was the pick of a decent quartet of lovers.”

(Mark Pullinger: Bachtrack)

"The singers were game ... and all four sang with gusto – Martha Jones (Hermia) and Edmund Danon (Demetrius) particularly impressed with their rich tone and firm phrasing.”

(The Telegraph: Rupert Christiansen)

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