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“Exquisite - Amy Lyddon, the mezzo-soprano, sounding very good.”
Sean Rafferty, BBC Radio 3 - Magnificat, Bach 13/12/13
“Amy Lyddon...was a warmly expressive Nancy."
Fiona Maddocks, The Guardian - Albert Herring, Britten 31/07/11
“Amy Lyddon shows herself to be a brilliant character actress as Mrs Herring, hectoring over Albert with real aggression, and lacing her own lemonade with vodka on the sly."
Charlotte Valori, Bachtrack - Albert Herring, Britten 6/7/15
"Minor casting, as is the rule with this company, was exceptionally strong...Amy Lyddon made [her] mark as Pastuchyna".
Melanie Eskenazi, Music OMH - Jenufa, Janacek 18/6/17
“Stand-in alto Amy Lyddon seamlessly delivered a vocal performance worthy of Oxford Philomusica."
Dan Hall, Daily Info Oxford - Messiah, Handel 11/12/14
“The star of the show was Amy Lyddon, as Angelo Custode, whose vocal range and powerful voice commanded a heavenly presence on stage."
Alice Carr, The Tab - Rappresentatione di Anima et di Corpo, Cavalieri 15/03/12
“Amy Lyddon was absolutely outstanding as Bathsheba. The strength of her voice and the conviction of her acting brought presence and seriousness to her role."
Joe Bates, The Tab - Far from the Madding Crowd (première) 03/02/12
“One of the more well-rounded voices, Amy Lyddon's Nancy was sympathetically portrayed."
Graham Rogers, Classical Source - Albert Herring, Britten 26/07/11
“It was the rubber-faced Amy Lyddon as Cherubino who really stole the show. The exaggerated expressions of the permanently mortified teenage rake prompted peals of laughter at every turn."
Joe Bates, The Tab - The Marriage of Figaro, Mozart 25/02/11
"The soloists too, with the gorgeously deep and dramatic alto of Amy Lyddon...were spot-on."
Joe Conway, The Tab - Rachmaninoff Vespers 01/11/10