PLANET HUGILL -
"As Berenice, Aimée Fisk had personality in spades and with a slightly dramatic edge to her voice she used this to great effect. It was a finely confident performance, imbuing the heroine with the sort of strength of character which is needed in these operas as otherwise she descends simply into being a canary. I would love to hear Fisk in one of the Isabella Colbran roles Rossini's serious operas."
CAMBRIDGE INDEPENDENT -
“Her performance of Nightingales was flawless, and a tender interval of great beauty and clarity before, one imagines for any orchestra and chorus, the iconic and intimidating work that would shortly follow it.”
WHARFEDALE OBSERVER -
She has a voice of extraordinary power and beauty, that she displayed in a formidable rendering of Mozart’s ‘Laudate Dominum’.
OPERA TODAY -
"La bergère (Aimée Fisk) and Le fauteuil (Will Pate) combined vocal clarity and strength of purpose in escaping the mischievous imp with Louis quatorze dignity."
RICHARD BRATBY -
"Aimée Fisk as Petra made a surprise showstopper out of The Miller’s Son."