Soprano (Gold Medalist)
Recital (Welsh Costume)
A few Press Comments
A magnificent voice, a soprano of great ability. Her interpretations were musically polished, verbal and expressive. Pure and even in voice and faultless intonation.—
Carried the audience by storm. Sang with much piquant charm and delicacy of vocalization. A voice of wide range. A cultured vocalist.—
Cambria Daily Leader, Swansea.
An uncommon style. A penchant for acting. Beautifully bright and pure in voice. Clear and correct enunciation. Perfect control.—
“The Scotsman,” Edinburgh.
A prime favorite; a charming manner. A voice of fine flexibility. True devotional feeling, natural graceful deportment.—
Bray and Dublin Herald.
A magnificent voice and pleasing personality, making every number a triumph. Attired in a very alluring Welsh costume, she sang several Welsh songs charmingly.—
Undoubtedly one of the finest sopranos in the Dominion. True musician, and an artist with the rare gift of a vivid imagination.—
Distinctive and interesting studies in interpretation, wonderful facial expression. Perfect quality of voice.—
Winnipeg Free Press.
U. S. A.
A voice unaffected, sweet and pure. Her clearness of diction was unusually good. A very charming manner.—
New York Musical Courier.
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D. G. Morgan, 417 Spadina Rd., Toronto
Phone Hillcrest 4663-J
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