“The most subtle and eloquent performance of the evening came from Joanne Dexter in the role of Drusilla.”
“Soprano Joanne Dexter was the true highlight of the evening. Generous in tone and emotion, she delivered an intelligent and engaging performance. The final aria ‘If God be for us’ was perfect.”
“Soprano Joanne Dexter’s rich low register was beautifully deployed as she sang Deh Vieni from Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro. One Fine Day from Madam Butterfly showed she had vocal strength. Then, in the duet from Puccini’s La Boheme she gave us some ravishing pianissimo.”
“Joanne Dexter’s rendition of Now The Guns Have Stopped was sheer joy steeped in intense emotion and feeling”
Karl Jenkins’ The Armed Man with the Yorkshire Chamber Orchestra.
“The delight of the work came where Joanne Dexter was able to demonstrate her remarkable skill…I could have listened to her all night.”
John Rutter’s Magnificat