Testimonials

Peter Edge delivered the baritone role of Lleu with a strong grasp of the husband’s bewitched desperation and rage, and his good diction, astute characterisation and expressive singing could suit many a role.

Peter Reed

Classical Source (August 2019)

What a stunning performance of authenticity, clarity and beauty last night! Our group enjoyed every minute. The singing was fabulous - both from the soloists and the choir whose lightness of touch and perfect articulation were exemplary.

The standing ovation was well-deserved - your success as an entrepreneur and your generosity in bringing high quality music to your home town is laudable

T. Wilson

Messiah Concert (December 2018)

On behalf of everyone at Frodsham & District Choral Society can I thank you for your stunning performance on Saturday night. I can't believe how fast  'Why do the nations' went and how you made it sound so easy.

M. Rogerson

Frodsham and District Choral Society (December 2018)

Baritone Peter Edge has beautifully rich, ringing tones, admirably employed with a perfect command of Italian in a fine display of comedy, irony and drama in ‘Se vuol ballare’ (Le nozze di Figaro).

Jack Buckley

Seen and Heard International (November 2017)

A brilliant performance and animated throughout was Peter Edge as Papageno – a terrific singer and some good comical delivery. This character has to be lively and Peter certainly was that with a good use of the space and facial expressions which made this a memorable performance.

Bill Platt

NODA (May 2017)

First-class singing and outstanding performance... Robin (Peter Edge) carried the show with his charisma and strong warm-toned baritone voice...

Raymond J Walker

Seen and Heard International (2016)

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