Meloy's striking Queen of the Night is stunningly confident, pure and accurate.'
London Evening Standard
'Laure Meloy's thoughtful Queen of the Night was virtuosic and not the usual pantomime caricature of evil.'
'Songs delight capacity audience...the radiant soprano voice of Laure Meloy...a beautifully
assembled programme of Verliane settings.'
'Laure Meloy and Kerry Boyle produced some delightful delicate interwoven ensemble singing...The
quality blend of choir and soloists in The Sanctus and Benedictus during the Mass in C were a highlight of the evening.'
'The Queen of the Night is a dramatic and difficult
role, and Laure Meloy pulled out all the stops with a full-blooded performance. Her magnificent rage-inspired aria in Act
Two was performed to perfection, hitting the top notes with conviction.'
Southern Daily Echo
in alt, her pitching little short of miraculous. 'Der hölle Rache' was delivered with real venom.'
'Laure Meloy, soprano, dans le role de la servante Despina, nous a proposé une femme de chambre possédant
une tres jolie voix, beaucoup de présence et de caractere dans une role assez effacé.' ('Laure Meloy,
soprano, in the role of the servant Despina, offers us a chambermaid possessing a very pleasing voice, a lot of presence and
personality in a rather modest role.')
Dordogne, Bergerac, France