MONTEVERDI IL RITORNO D’ULISSE IN PATRIA PINCHGUT OPERA 

“One of the stars of the evening was Pinchgut newcomer Lauren Lodge-Campbell (Minerva among other roles), whose purity of tone was a real delight throughout, but who also demonstrated her coloratura chops in ‘Fiamma è l’ira’”

David Larkin, Bachtrack, June 2019

“Soprano Lauren Lodge-Campbell showed herself especially versatile, inhabiting four roles in total... she demonstrated great beauty of voice and natural sense of line”

Justine Nguyen, Limelight Magazine, June 2019

“Particularly fine is Lauren Lodge-Campbell as Minerva, with a rich soprano and winning personality”

Michael Halliwell, Australian Book Review, June 2019

"Lauren Lodge-Campbell’s beautiful soprano voice was radiant, particularly on her higher, held notes."

Zoltan Szabo, The Conversation, June 2019

"Lauren Lodge-Campbell had gleaming strength of sound as Minerva”

Peter McCallum, Sydney Morning Herald, June 2019

“Sopranos Lauren Lodge-Campbell and Roberta Diamond displayed impressive agility and pure-toned beauty”

Murray Black, The Australian, June 2019

"Lauren Lodge-Campbell sang the soprano role of Minerva with a golden, unforced certainty that matched her breastplate"

Nicholas Routley, Australian Stage, June 2019

"Bright and golden soprano Lauren Lodge-Campbell is matched beautifully to the voices of Fortuna, Ericlea and a notably warm and enticing Minerva."

Paul Selar, Opera Chaser, June 2019

blow venus and adonis / monteverdi il ballo delle ingrate brighton early music festival

“The singing is quite splendid. Lodge-Campbell and Horak-Hallett, who swap the roles of Venus and Cupid in the two pieces, are both young sopranos of immense talent. Both sing with a real feel for the deceptively complex flow of Monteverdi’s vocal line in Il Ballo and make the most of Blow’s music, including a short duet of melting beauty in Venus and Adonis.”

Owen Davies, Plays To See, November 2018

“…Venus suddenly loses her Adonis to a lethal hunting injury – a moment turned into instant, a highly-charged operatic closing scene by the penetrating portrait of grief shown by Lauren Lodge-Campbell as the goddess of love.”

Richard Amey, Brighton and Hove Independent, November 2018

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”…Given with touching simplicity and luminous vocal beauty by the young soprano Lauren Lodge-Campbell”

Christopher Webber, Opera Magazine, June 2016

“Lauren Lodge-Campbell’s elegant Princess”

George Hall, The Guardian, June 2016