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“The character which lingers in my mind the most, however, is the hilariously-hormoned Cherubino, the ultimate stage adolescent as played by Helen Sherman, who not only dashes and leaps about but who has a terrific, lush mezzo voice which brings a surprising elegance to the part. The scene in which she is dressed up, a boy disguised as a female, with a splendid corset and bonnet, was one of the evening’s comic high points.”
Bachtrack / Richard Wilcocks / The Marriage of Figaro / Opera North / Leeds Grand Theatre / January 2015
 
Read Robert Hugill’s article ‘En Travesti’  featuring Helen and Sarah Connolly in Classical Music Magazine.
 
Read Rupert Christiansen’s interview with Helen featured in the Telegraph’s ‘New Music’ section. 
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