"Jane Webster’s stunning entry in Praise Thou The Lord foretold that this would be no ordinary performance”  Cheltenham Echo


“A sumptuous voice” The Independent


“Jane’s shows, “Bizet to Bernstein” and “Viva la Diva”, display a wonderful range of vocal music from Classical favourites to some of the World’s finest Musical Film and Stage showstoppers……. all presented with her glamorous individual style and panache!”


“A stunning classy voice …… Jane has oodles of personality!”


“She displays a middle register rich in colour, with a strong top which she controls responsibly and releases radiantly.” Kenneth Loveland / Opera


“Jane Webster sounds excellent” David Fallows, The Times


“The Voice of Cunard”


Opera Gala: St Peter Port, Guernsey

"Jane Webster began, thoroughly in character, by delighting the audience with the Habenera from Bizet’s Carmen, and her beautiful voice then soared effortlessly over the orchestra, organ and Choir in Mascagni’s Easter Hymn."


Mendelssohn : Elijah / Hertford Choral Society

"By simple gesture and the unfailing integrity of their singing, the four soloists, Jane Webster(deputising admirably at short notice)………ensured that the dramatic momentum of the work was sustained, in addition to giving delight individually through their solos." R J Pope / Hertfordshire Mercury


Brahms : German Requiem / Isle of Wight Cantata Choir

"It was a great privilege to hear Jane Webster’s voice. She has a most thrilling timbre to her voice and her personal contact with the audience is exemplary."


Menotti : Amahl and the Night Visitors

"Jane Webster as Amahl’s Mother gave an impressive performance. She is possessed of a wonderful voice, powerful and clear, which she demonstrated to the full. Her articulation was perfect and her intonation immaculate." Geoff Hunter / St Alban’s Observer


Smetana : The Bartered Bride / Neath Opera

"Jane Webster was a spirited Marenka, will-power suggested behind the romance. She displayed a middle register rich in colour, with a strong top which she controlled responsibly and released radiantly. Big dramatic roles may suit her one day." Kenneth Loveland / Opera


Franck : Hulda (British Premier) UCO

"The young professionals were impressive, especially Jane Webster." Andrew Porter / The Observer


Opera Gala : St Peter Port, Guernsey

"Soprano Jane Webster sang arias from Operas by Bellini, Mozart, Bizet and Puccini with such full-throated passion that the audience howled for more." Christine Le Poidevin / Guernsey Evening Press


Strauss : Elektra / Royal Opera House Covent Garden

"….Alastair Elliot in the role of young servant was excellent, and Jane Webster’s Fifth maid scores an equal mark." David Murray / Financial Times


Verdi Requiem / Inverness Choral Society

"Jane Webster’s soprano voice came across strongly and her top notes were perfectly floated and controlled." Inverness Courier


Mozart : Le Nozze di Figaro / Scottish Opera

"Steven Page and Jane Webster are beautifully matched as the Count and Countess. The singing is terrific." Floyd Kennedy / The Stage


"Jane Webster exudes presence. She turns and offers her hand, it is a tiny movement but Webster renders the moment electric." Mary Miller / Glasgow Herald


"As the Countess, Jane Webster contributes a sumptuous sotto voce." Raymond Monelle / The Independent


"Jane Webster as his long suffering Countess was excellent both vocally and in her dramatic interpretation of a complex role." Ann Walker / Bradford Telegraph & Argus


Donizetti : Maria Stuarda / Scottish Opera Go Round

"The splendid Jane Webster caught the continental image of Queen Elizabeth particularly well (in Europe she is remembered as a cruel egotist), baring her teeth and snarling meanly, but singing with a fluent, rich tone and a direct and spirited delivery." Raymond Monelle / Opera


"Jane Webster is a jealously imperious Elizabeth I, commanding her arias and her courtiers with similar confidence, but with those hints of emotional insecurity and mistrust, which lend the characterisation sympathy as well as severity." Geoffrey Norris / Daily Telegraph


"Jane Webster’s considerable stage presence and vocal power made her regal indeed."

Southern Reporter (Scotland)


Seaton District Music Society Recital

"Jane Webster is undoubtedly one of the brightest and best of the up-and-coming young British singers. Miss Webster has a soprano voice of extreme clarity, with diction to match, and her songs are brought to life with considerable interpretive skill." John Dalton / Midweek Herald


Il Pittor Parigino / Buxton Festival

"Jane Webster sounded excellent." David Fallows / The Times


Park Lane Group / Purcell Room

"….the artist who shared this concert, the soprano Jane Webster, ultimately made the greater impression. She is already a highly promising singer….whether in Robin Holloway’s cycle of love poems by Graves, ‘Wherever we may be’, in Anthony Payne’s spiritual Lagerkvist settings, ‘Evening Land’, or in Judith Weir’s entertainingly idiosyncratic, unaccompanied ‘three-act opera’, ‘King Harold’s Saga’, she was an ardent champion of the music, blessed with a highly sensitive pianist in Nicholas Bosworth." Stephen Pettit / The Times


Tchaikovsky : Iolanta / Aldeburgh Festival

"But to raise the flag, the most promising voices among them are British : Jane Webster’s beautifully focused Iolanta." Michael John White / The Independent


"The blind Iolanta was sung by Jane Webster, who made her a vulnerable figure weeping in the dark forever. The pathos she introduced into her soft singing entranced us and it was a heart-stopping moment when she fell back into the Moorish Doctor’s arms after she discovered she was cured." East Anglian Times


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