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Musetta, La Bohème: British Youth Opera

"The Cafe Momus also introduces Natalie Christie's irresistible Musetta. Her voice leaps out of her tiny, tense body like a champagne cork; and the glinting coloratura within is also able to expand into long lines of reflection, which in the last act, still all around her."


Hilary Finch - The Times

"The new lovers were well contrasted with the sparring second couple: Marcello, personably sung by Terence den Dulk, and Musetta, a dazzling performance by the diminutive Natalie Christie."


Margaret Davies - Opera

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