Opening with the Miserere in C Minor by Czech composer Jan Dismas Zelenka, the night started with a melodious but melancholy mood. Elizabeth Adams (soprano) sang with a stunningly beautiful sonorous tone rising above the strings and oboe accompaniment.
Brian Butler www.gscene.com
"the next features a gorgeous Soprano solo (Elizabeth Adams)"
It was a delight to have Elizabeth as our Soprano Soloist in a performance of Messiah. From her wonderfully lyrical 'He shall feed his flock' to a dazzling and beautifully shaped 'Rejoice greatly', she was a real joy to listen to, and a genuine pleasure to work with.
Nick Austin - MD Stanmore Choral Society
Elizabeth Adams recreated [...] Nancy Storace as Figaro's Susanna in a pure, rapt "Deh vieni non tardar"
Christopher Morley, Birmingham Post
Brought the House Down
"the punk Holly (Victoria Adams) and her rival Georgia (Elizabeth Adams) nearly brought the house down with a pair of matched coloratura arias about bridesmaid's dresses"
Richard Bratby - Birmingham Post (2015)
Style & Beauty
"Elizabeth sang with confidence, style and beauty; she lifted everyone with her fabulous singing."
Mike Ashley, Midlands Early Music Forum