Press Reviews

classical source

"...Her place was taken at short notice by Jenavieve Moore, a student at the School’s Opera Course. Though she is at the outset of her career Moore has some experience of concert work in her native Canada, and if she felt nervous at the prospect of performing in the Barbican Hall there was no sign of this in her confident, composed demeanour or in her rendition. She sang most beautifully, especially in ‘Libera me’, the concluding movement of the Requiem, and was certainly not outshone by her colleagues..." - Alan Sanders

bbc radio 3

"But the highlight of the concert for me was Wolf-Lieder featuring the impressive soprano Jenavieve Moore with the largest ensemble of the concert. It was our first encounter on this Total Immersion day of Brett Dean subtly using the music of another composer, in this case Hugo Wolf. Moore’s committed performance and clear German ably communicated both the tragic and comedic elements of the varied selection of texts, supported by animated playing from the Ensemble to provide a worthy climax to this concert." - Rosalind Porter

Oberbayerisches Volksblatt

"Hell-liebreizend und silbrig-leicht ist der Sopran von Jenavieve Moore, sie folgte in ihrer Arie ("Ich folge dir gleichfalls mit freudigen Schritten") fast selig zitternd der anmutig-sirenenhaft lockenden Flöte (sehr schön: Elisabeth Steiner) nach und zerfloss in der "Zerfließe!.." - Rainer W. Janka,

The Arts Desk

"The soprano Jenavieve Moore was outstanding in the chamber work Stabat mater, sustaining her long notes with remarkably sure intonation and control." - Peter Quinn

gloucestershire live

"The young soprano Jenavieve Moore impressed with the sensitivity of her singing and ability to project her voice without strain..." - Roger Jones