Fairy Queen. Retrospect Ensemble at The Wigmore Hall, April 2010
Carson breathed life into her phrases, as well as revealing considerable technical command in certain arias
Dominic Wells, Opera Britannia
'The Cumnor Affair' by Philip Cashian and Iain Pears - 2008
Tete a Tete Opera Company, directed by Bill Bankes Jones at Riverside Studios, Hammersmith
The drama is all in the music, and in its spare, strong characterisations of the young wife herself, sung sweetly by Amy Carson.
Hilary Finch, The Times
Still, there are moments when passions fly, especially when Amy Carson reveals the wronged woman's broken heart. Her voice carries a wealth of feeling.
Nick Kimberly, Evening Standard
Amy Carson had many good notes and touching phrases.
Andrew Porter, Opera
Dido and Aeneas 2008
The Sage Gateshead, conducted by Nicholas Kraemer
the young soprano Amy Carson caught the ear as
the Spirit, popping out from somewhere in the
Richard Morrison, The Times
The Magic Flute 2006
Directed by Kenneth Branagh (watch
The performances are excellent, particularly newcomer
Amy Carson, who could have a huge career ahead
of her on the strength of her work here.
Matthew Turner, The ViewLondon Review
Amy Carson, the cast's biggest unknown, a cambridge
student when Branagh picked her, offers an eloquent
Pamina, full of potential and spunk. She doesn't
shrivel even when singing alongside Lyubov Petrova's
blowtorch Queen of the Night.
Geoff Brown, Opera
Except for the unknown Amy Carson, very sweet
and credible as Pamina, Branagh has cast the romantic
leads with rising opera stars who sing superbly
but fall straight into the old trap of giving stage
performances in close-up.
Tim Robey, Daily Telegraph
The supermodel-pretty Carson displays an opera
diva's acting skills but still, like the rest of
her colleagues, she's a wondrous singer.
Charlotte O’Sullivan. Evening Standard
Amy Carson, a gorgeous, bright-eyed, charming
Framescourer, London UK – IMDB
Petrova makes a good Queen of the Night and Carson
a substantial Pamina
Derek Elley. Variety
Bristolian newcomer Amy Carson is outstanding
as love-interest Pamina, flagging a depth of emotion
that plays alongside the limpid widescreen photography
and soaring overhead shots.
Lee Marshall, The Guardian