Susie Buckle soprano

"The polished, expressive acting, mime and interactions of the two sopranos is outstanding...Susie skilfully builds a fabulous rapport and happy mood..."

Eileen Caiger Gray, Mature Times

"Susie Buckle sung sweetly as a pouty Pamina"

Mark Valencia, WhatsOnStage

"Sung with warm voiced relish by Susie Buckle…"

Charlotte Valori, Bachtrack

"From Charne Rochford's guileless Macduff to Susie Buckle's gentle Lady in Waiting, Matthew Rose's towering Banquo, Blackheath should be proud”

Anna Picard, Independent on Sunday

"The enlarged Opera North Chorus play both villagers and incomers...hearing 46 singers at full pelt is thrilling...Look closely at the larger crowd scenes and you’ll notice that each chorus member projects a distinct personality: these are real characters" 

Graham Rickson, Arts Desk 

"As for that chorus...you just want to take them all home"

Opera Holland Park, Culture Whisper

"The indefatigable Opera Holland Park Chorus on thrilling form, undertook everything asked of it from fencing to ballroom dancing, all the while giving the score a thorough workout". Mark Valencia, Bachtrack

"Susie Buckle provided a sensitive commentary during the somnambulant Queen's disintegration."

Claire Seymour, Opera Now (Macbeth | Blackheath Halls)

"The double quartet 'He shall give his angels' 

displayed the incredible musicianship of the young singers and the balance was simply lovely - an oasis of calm in the midst of the drama and action."  Emily Owen, Bachtrack (Elijah | St John's Smith Square)

The various animals were all well characterised, both vocally and physically. Susie Buckle brought a strong sense of individual personality to her role, and in fact all the hens were wonderfully etched (and very funny).Robert Hugill, Planet Hugill (The Cunning Little Vixen | British Youth Opera)