'[Performers] had a beauty of their own, a vulnerability and pathos that connected with old tradition'
New York Times
Uma Só Voz
'The spotlights of the world are on Rio, but there is a huge mass of people who are being ignored. They are human beings. That's our message'
To the Silkwood Tree
‘Opera is fun and lends itself particularly well to these kind of short, experimental pieces'
The River Keeper
'This was my first opera and I thought the performers and musicians were all fantastic – it takes courage to stand on stage'
The Answer to Everything
'The satire was broad, the passion tangible as professional and amateur performers from London, Newcastle, Gateshead and Middlesbrough, many of them with experience of homelessness, explored the dreamworlds of corporate delegates, cleaners and health and safety managers.'