La Scala di Seta

Royal Northern College of Music

Wyn Davies conductor
Robert Chevara director
Jess Curtis designer
Jessie Addinall lighting designer

Michael CooksonSeen and Heard International
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"Hopkins excelled as the young Giulia who, although already married in secret, was in great demand as a prospective wife. With long red hair and elegant clothing Hopkins certainly looked the part. Her attractive voice was steady, strong and projected well. Impressive high notes were matched by her coloratura and together with a natural stage presence her performance made a real impact."
Thom Bamfordilovemanchester.com
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"Jessica Hopkins shines in the role of Giulia, infusing the character with emotional depth and nuance."

Wyn Davies conductor
Robert Chevara director
Jess Curtis designer
Jessie Addinall lighting designer

Michael CooksonSeen and Heard International
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"Hopkins excelled as the young Giulia who, although already married in secret, was in great demand as a prospective wife. With long red hair and elegant clothing Hopkins certainly looked the part. Her attractive voice was steady, strong and projected well. Impressive high notes were matched by her coloratura and together with a natural stage presence her performance made a real impact."
Thom Bamfordilovemanchester.com
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"Jessica Hopkins shines in the role of Giulia, infusing the character with emotional depth and nuance."
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The Snow Maiden

Royal Northern College of Music

Matthew Kofi Waldren conductor
Jack Furness director
Georgia de Grey designer
Ben Omerod lighting designer
Bethan Rhys Wiliam choreographer

Robert HamiltonNorthern Soul
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"Praise must go to Jessica Hopkins for her towering central role as the Snow Maiden with a voice to match."
Michael CooksonSeen and Heard International
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“Excelling in the title role was award winning soprano Jessica Hopkins who entered the stage in a long coat and fur Cossack hat, both in white. Such an accomplished singer, in the Snow Maiden’s entrance aria ‘To go berry picking with friends’ Hopkins gave an engaging performance. High on confidence Hopkins displayed her warm voice that projected so well through the hall to real advantage. With her natural stage presence Hopkins was able to maintain her high standard throughout the opera.”
johnsmusicaljourney.org
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“Jessica Hopkins was outstanding as the Snow Maiden. She is someone who instinctively knows how to move on stage in a way that makes you watch her. Her voice [...] seemed a very sound instrument – no wobbles or awkward transitions. Her diction was very good."
Thom Bamfordilovemanchester.com
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“Snow Maiden, portrayed with grace and poignancy by Jessica Hopkins, longs to break free from her otherworldly origins and embrace the warmth of mortal existence. Hopkins imbued the character with a captivating blend of innocence and curiosity, making her transformational journey truly mesmerising.”
Matthew DougallNumber 9 Reviews
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"sonorous soprano Jessica Hopkins"

Matthew Kofi Waldren conductor
Jack Furness director
Georgia de Grey designer
Ben Omerod lighting designer
Bethan Rhys Wiliam choreographer

Michael CooksonSeen and Heard International
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“Excelling in the title role was award winning soprano Jessica Hopkins who entered the stage in a long coat and fur Cossack hat, both in white. Such an accomplished singer, in the Snow Maiden’s entrance aria ‘To go berry picking with friends’ Hopkins gave an engaging performance. High on confidence Hopkins displayed her warm voice that projected so well through the hall to real advantage. With her natural stage presence Hopkins was able to maintain her high standard throughout the opera.”
Robert HamiltonNorthern Soul
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"Praise must go to Jessica Hopkins for her towering central role as the Snow Maiden with a voice to match."
johnsmusicaljourney.org
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“Jessica Hopkins was outstanding as the Snow Maiden. She is someone who instinctively knows how to move on stage in a way that makes you watch her. Her voice [...] seemed a very sound instrument – no wobbles or awkward transitions. Her diction was very good."
Thom Bamfordilovemanchester.com
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“Snow Maiden, portrayed with grace and poignancy by Jessica Hopkins, longs to break free from her otherworldly origins and embrace the warmth of mortal existence. Hopkins imbued the character with a captivating blend of innocence and curiosity, making her transformational journey truly mesmerising.”
Matthew DougallNumber 9 Reviews
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"sonorous soprano Jessica Hopkins"
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