Here are  reviews of some of the performances that I have given: 

Nick Kimberley- The Independent  "Sarah Rhodes' singing voice is bright and flexible, with rapt pianissimo and weighty top notes that fill the theatre."

Andrew Clements- The Guardian "The role of the daughter of the Regiment herself, Marie, the illegitimate daughter of a Swiss Marquise, who was abandoned as a baby and brought up by the French Regiment to which her father belonged, was one of Joan Sutherland's party pieces. It's written for a soprano with effortless coloratura and a fine sense of comic timing and, in Sarah Rhodes, the ETO has found a remarkably fine young interpreter of the role. Whether bold and brassy in her regimental song, or tender and pure in her solitary moments, she is absolutely on top of the role. She's the star, just as the piece intends."

Mark Pappenheim- The Daily Express "Sarah Rhodes not only pings out the coloratura with the best of them, but tugs at the heart strings too."

David Blewitt- The Stage "Sarah Rhodes' steely Lady Macbeth is the evening's sensation, her acting airing on the side of economy, the singing quite simply superb, the vocal gamut tackled with a fearless security, all the runs in place, and with some sensitively phrased soft singing."

Nick Kimberley- The Independent "The star though, as Verdi intended, is Lady Macbeth, a terrible vision of a distorted sexuality in Sarah Rhodes' mesmerising portrayal."

Rodney Milnes- The Times "Sarah Rhodes is simply fearless in her assault on runs, coloratura and top notes, and just as impressive in the quieter moments."

John Higgins-  The Guardian "Sarah Rhodes in the title role is a soprano with plenty of weight and depth, and had considerable success in colouring and shaping Vissi d'arte."

David Blewitt- The Stage "Sarah Rhodes uses her voice with singular artistry phrasing with poise, floating lovely high notes, singing off words with insight."