"Grech's Carmen was
fiery and elegant"
The Sunday Times
Malta Album review -
"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."
"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."
The Malta Independent
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"Sophia Grech has a charming stage presence and sings without effort, displaying graceful eloquence and tonal flexibility."
"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 has a lovely overall colour to her voice and a strong projection throughout a considerable range, an excellent artist."
"Sophia gave a heartfelt presentation of the Schumann song-cycle 'Frauenliebe und Leben', along with lieder by Liszt and Brahms."
American Liszt Society Magazine
"A beautiful rich tone. A stunning performance with exceptional stage presence."
The Times - Culture
"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."
"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."