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Upcoming concerts:

Requiem for Humanity by Helen Ostafew

Tuesday 19th March 2024 at 7pm, Wells Cathedral

with Millfield Festival Chorus and conductor Marianne Vivash

Bach's Magnificat in D and Haydn's Nelson Mass

Saturday 27th April at 7.30pm, St James' Church, Taunton

with Taunton Choral Society and conductor Edward Goater

Vivaldi's Gloria

Saturday 4th May at 7.30pm, St Michael's Church, Somerton

with Mid Wessex Singers and conductor Alice Dicker


Pamina, Mozart’s The Magic Flute, Somerset Opera:

Eloise Routledge brought alive for us the terrors of entrapment by her father’s lecherous servant Monostatos... the vicissitudes of her parental relationships, and the uncertain and at times despairing course of her love life, towards its final happy fulfilment, all excellently conveyed.

Anne Sharp, July 2015


Handel’s Messiah, Bristol Choral Society:

There was a superb quartet of soloists with soprano Eloise Routledge giving a very moving rendition of I Know That My Redeemer Liveth.

John Packwood, The Bristol Post, December 2004

Handel’s Messiah, Wells Cathedral Oratorio Society:

Eloise Routledge produced some beautiful tone and brilliantly placed top notes throughout. Her Aria I know that my redeemer liveth at the start of Part 3 was touchingly sung reflecting the certainty at the heart of the aria. In Part 2 her Recits leading to the great Chorus Glory to God had a real sense of the excitement and wonder at the Christmas message.

David Nicholls, Wells Journal, December 2013


Verdi’s Requiem, Nottingham Festival Chorus:

... soprano Eloise Routledge and mezzo Lucinda Stuart-Grant sand vividly and poignantly., February 2013


Maria Bertram, Dove’s Mansfield Park, Heritage Opera:

... On the other hand several of the players bring their characters to the fore by sheer weight of their talent and presence. ... Eloise Routledge is the pick of the younger singers as his troubled daughter Maria., August 2011


Impeccable: Eloise Routledge as Maria Bertram

Evening Standard, August 2011


...the two sisters, Maria (Eloise Routledge...) and Julia... were each attractively sung and livelily characterised: Maria obsessed with her prospect of ‘twelve thousand a year’ was one of many highlights

Music & Vision Magazine, September 2011


Emmeline, Purcell’s King Arthur, Holland Opera: schitterende stem van Eloise Routledge...

... the beautiful voice of Eloise Routledge..., July 2009


De lieflijkste in het tafareel is Emmeline. Zij wordt temperamentvol vertolkt door de sopraan Eloise Routledge...

The most delightful in the scene is Emmeline. She is spiritedly portrayed by the soprano Eloise Routledge...

De Telegraaf, June 2009


Eloise Routledge was een sterk gecaste Emmeline; een eerzaam, onschuldig meisje...

Eloise Routledge was a strongly cast Emmeline; an honourable, innocent girl..., July 2009


[De opera] wordt goed en treffend geacteerd en vooral mooi en met gevoel gezongen.

[The opera] is well and strikingly acted, and especially beautifully sung with feeling.

Algemeen Dagblad, June 2009

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