"Sophia Grech's Carmen was fiery and elegant, she has a big voice which she delivers without effort, displaying inner feelings and sensitivity."
"Sophia Grech is a sensuous and strong performer with a richly expressive voice, moreover she tops her singing with a presence that immediately captures her audience."
- Album review | Crystal Records
"Sophia Grech gets to the core of the Emily Dickinson texts with rich tonal shading and deep poetic essence."
- Malta album review Mal-Kant Tal-Bahar
"In Maltese, Sophia Grech has managed to adapt herself so tactfully in delivering Maltese language songs with a diction and a clarity that few can emulate."
"A beautiful voice indeed, Ms Grech has a lot of personality and combines an attractive presence with a lovely rich voice."
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"The voice of celebrated mezzo Sophia Grech filled the auditorium with expressive vocal power. . .the auditorium broke into applause at the close of every song which Grech handled graciously."
"Sophia Grech's programme was clearly constructed and she has a special gift for singing Spanish songs which showed her agility, tonal flexibility, good breath control and graceful eloquence. Her pure lines and gracious restraint did justice to the arias of Massenet. Sophia also has a captivating smile which helps her communicate so easily with her audience."
"Sophia Grech produced a memorable account of 'Tecum principium' in Vivaldi's 'Dixit Dominus'."
"Sophia Grech brought warmth to the character 'Cherubino', her performance was sympathetic and colourful."
"Grech's Spanish recital began with Rodrigo's 'Con que la lavare' which established a certain kind of mastery this singer has of this form and continued with the gentle lullaby 'Dormir a un negrito' by Xavier Montsalvatge. Ms Grech then gave a fine interpretation of three Falla songs, here her singing was a model of musicality and grace characterised by a wide dynamic range, while never compromising beauty and purity of line, she conjured up deep expression and feeling."
"Mezzo-soprano Sophia Grech gave a dramatic interpretation of the Rossini arias, this was a truly inspiring performance."
"Sophia Grech's voice is mellow and expressive, anyone not familiar with the Maltese language will get a good sense of it because she enunciates the words very clearly. The song 'Talba', is a prayer and the hymn of praise to God, which Grech renders to perfection. The next song 'Min Qatt Ma Ra' has a gentle contemplative, with a sad undertone that Grech captures exceedingly well."