“Orfeo ed Euridice: An opera of intense, crisp energy….
…Mezzo-soprano Sharon Carty takes full possession of Orfeo’s wide range of emotions” Michael Dungan, The Irish Times
“Her performance is compelling, both vocally and dramatically. There is a smooth depth to her sound, as if this role has brought out an aspect of her voice that we’ve not had the chance to hear before. Always intelligent, her vocal ornaments are excellent, but more vitally she brings an openness to her sense of Orfeo as a character, a figure in the process of finding himself (or herself?) through grief.” Michael Lee, Golden Plec
“Hauntingly beautiful” “..the revelations of Carty’s mezzo-soprano range” Chris McCormack Exeunt Magazine
“...mezzo-soprano Sharon Carty here giving a mesmerising performance” “But finally the show belongs to Carty who sings Orfeo with a deep and commanding grief. Wish that we might all be mourned so.” Katy Hayes, Sunday Independent
“..Sharon Carty's truly unmissable purity in the intensely demanding role as Orfeo” Emer O’Kelly, Irish Independent
“...every note she sings, with clarity and pathos, adding to our pity for the character………..the vocal power and virtuosity of this exciting artist…….a spectacular performance by Sharon Carty” Toner Quinn, The Journal of Music”