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These are voices of international stature. John Treleaven... Karsten Mewes .... Scottish soprano, Christina Dunwoodie, whose beautiful voice goes right to the heart. Lübecker Nachrichten / Kultur – Wolfgang Tschechne

The British soprano, Christina Dunwoodie, would be at home on any major European stage. In the prayer scene Christina Dunwoodie moved us to tears. HS  Kulturkorrespondenz Horst Schinzel

Ms Dunwoodie has a beautiful, clear voice which loses nothing of its warmth in even the highest register. Her singing of the Willow Song and of the Ave Maria that follows was thrilling; Der Neue Merker - Inge Lore Tautz


‘Christina Dunwoodie turns in an impressive performance as Abigaille…and she explores beautifully the sense of deep, underlying hurt that provokes her character to act so despicably.’ The Herald

Lucia di Lammermoor

‘It is a beautiful voice, unwaveringly rich and smooth...with her considerable coloratura she resembles the young Sutherland.’  Opera Magazine


‘Tosca (Christina Dunwoodie) sang with a rich sensuous tone... “Vissi d’arte” came over as an exquisite recital piece...she was the first Tosca in my experience who looked truly young and beautiful.’  Opera Magazine

La Boheme

‘Her voice is wondrous, supplying beautiful top notes...her acting is also good, especially in Mimi’s dying scenes.’ The Express

Don Giovanni

‘Christina Dunwoodie in the glorious role of Donna Anna emerged as the Diva, her expressive range quite stunning’ The Herald

La Traviata

‘Christina Dunwoodie gives the performance of her career, superbly characterised, and so close up you can read her face, hear her breathe.’ The Herald

‘Christina Dunwoodie makes a fine thing of Violetta, singing with conviction and power and rising to the many dramatic moments in this famous role.’ Scotland on Sunday

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