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"...Alexander Anderson-Hall’s Cecco was the other, sharply-characterised servant... he has a winning stage presence". Il Mondo della Luna - Opera East Productions. (Mark Berry, Seen and Heard International MusicWeb International's Worldwide Concert and Opera Reviews July 2009)

Alexander Anderson-Hall as Nanki Poo

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"Actors in opera are usually cast because they can sing, rather than because they fit the part in any other way. The four here - especially Yvonne Patrick and Alexander Anderson-Hall as Fiordiligi and Ferrando - act and sing their parts beautifully, with utter conviction. " (Cosi fan Tutte, Swansea City Opera. Evening Star, Ipswich, March 18, 2005)

"...The Surrey Opera cast emphasized youth, yet their training, both in singing and acting belied their age and appeared mature. The lovers Alexander Anderson-Hall as Tamino and Sian Jones as Pamina, both sang solo and duets strongly, while acting with convincing appeal..." John Frayn Turner (The Guide - Surrey Mirror) The Magic Flute - Surrey Opera (17.06.04) 

"Newcomer Alexander Anderson-Hall and Chris Marlow, fast becoming a Stanley favourite, are in great form in this production as Ferrando and Guglielmo, the tenor and baritone voices blending well. Cosi fan tutte - Stanley Opera. (Mitch Irving, Hinckley Times, April 2009)

"...As the other half of the spirited double act, Alexander Anderson-Hall proved an accomplished actor, first as the drunken soldier then, hilariously, as Donna Alfonsa the grey-wigged, substitute singing teacher armed with her knitting and clamouring for a cup of tea and a corned beef sandwich in the updated libretto. His voice projected well and he used it expressively". The Barber of Seville - Garden Opera. (Margaret Davies, Opera Magazine November 2009)

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