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Sarah Minns is a singer of real promise.The Times

Minns’s beautifully-sung Susanna directed the comedy with a sure hand.Peter Reed, Opera

As Brochocka’s disillusioned Young Wife, Sarah Minns looked elegant and sounded perfectly composed while her world fell apart around her.Opera Magazine

Sarah Minns’ concentrated vocalism is striking and equally dramatically effective.The Guardian

Young Wife is impressive. It’s a continuous monologue from a woman (played by Sarah Minns) disappointed with married life. A Madame Bovary-esque sense of disenchantment bristles through her arias – at times sharp and aggressive, at others soothing and contemplative. It’s an unforgiving role for soprano, and Minns enthralls. If she finds the part a challenge, she doesn’t let us in on the secret.Fringe Opera

Minns portrayed the transformation from dependent, baffled insecurity to this self-confident autonomous outcome with great skill, managing to meld impressive acting and elegant physical agility with assured singing of a technically taxing score.Classical Iconoclast

Sarah Minns as Dido conveyed her gravitas and depth of her reined-in passion most effectively…What we heard was not mere elegiac beauty but heartfelt grief.Opera Now

Sarah Minns was a revelation.Mid Somerset Newspaper