Notes & Reviews:
Gramophone Magazine, November 2015
The programme centres around three magnificent showpiece arias for Aloysia, famed both for her expressive cantabile and her coloratura prowess, Among her specialities were sustained pianissimo high notes; and I can't imagine they were more delicately floated than they are by Sabine Devieilhe, a lyric coloratura who combines a pure, sweet timbre and dazzling virtuosity.
The Guardian, 26th November 2015
Iirresistibly good Mozart singing...Expressive and incisive, Devieilhe is in command of everything...Devieilhe's account of the famously stratospheric Die H÷lle Rache is exceptional. Even amid a recent glut of classy Mozart vocal recordings, this stands out.
BBC Music Magazine, February 2016
The concert-aria and operatic readings themselves are gems, each one thrown off with a splendid combination of technical brilliance, musicianly assurance and tonal sweetness, and impeccably supported by the period-instrument band.