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Carnegie Hall New York

Tehillim, Steve Reich

“Sarah was the de facto leader of the performance, her crystalline lines slicing to the back of the hall.”

Ben Finane. New York Times.

The Barbican London

“Evocation of a Neophyte”

“A special mention must also go to the incredible vocal performance of soprano Sarah Eyden who provided a focus to which the whole piece encircled.”

John Zorn

Cadogan Hall London

Bernstein with the RPO

“Glitter and Be Gay' is a fiendishly difficult pastiche of a coloratura aria which Eyden managed exquisitely well; Barbara Cook, for whom it was written, could not have done it better”

Michael Darvell. Classical Music Source Review. Cadogan Hall, London.

Cadogan Hall 

Bernstein with the RPO

“Here we were treated to a real WOW! experience – the fabulous voice of Sarah Eyden, a soprano of great expression and agility with a wide range, clear diction and, best of all, an ability to sing without wobbling, she merely uses a discreet vibrato when necessary. What a joy it is to hear a voice like this! .....for the first time in some time, Ms Eyden gave us the chance to hear some fine, perfect singing.”

Bob Berg, Online review

The QEH 

The Ted Heath Orchestra

“Her voice is controlled, intonation perfect and wit and humour an added extra – she is truly an all round entertainer.”

— Ted Heath UK tour

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