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'Rising star, Stephanie Windsor-Lewis, makes an excellent impression as Suzuki' Richard Morrison, The Times ('Suzuki' Puccini's Madam Butterfly)

'Stephanie Windsor-Lewis's maid Suzuki is a subtly defined piece of acting' Claire Colvin, Sunday Express ('Suzuki' Puccini's Madam Butterfly)

'Mezzo Stephanie Windsor-Lewis makes an auspicious company debut as Suzuki, demonstrating the centrality of this crucial supporting role' George Hall, The Stage ('Suzuki' Puccini's Madam Butterfly)

'Spinto strength was exhibited by by Stephanie Windsor-Lewis, who was a sympathetic Suzuki' Claire Seymour, Opera Today ('Suzuki' Puccini's Madam Butterfly)

'Stephanie Windsor-Lewis’ natural empathy elevated Suzuki from a secondary part to a central character. Her warm mezzo carried easily and blended well with Romaniw’s voice.' Dominic Lowe , Bachtrack ('Suzuki' Puccini's Madam Butterfly)

'An exceptional performance by Stephanie Lewis' Anna Picard, The Independent on Sunday ('Lapak' Janacek's The Cunning Little Vixen)


'Stephanie Lewis lent a warm, full mezzo and vivacious personality to Nancy' Margaret Davies, Opera Magazine ('Nancy' in Flotow's Martha)


'Mezzo Stephanie Lewis holds the stage with a combination of raunchy comedy and finely modulated singing' Michael Church, The Independant ('Irene' Handel's Atalanta)


'I was impressed by Stephanie Lewis's Irene: a warm mezzo voice and an impersonation of a ghastly teenager that wouldn't have disgraced Catherine Tate.' Richard Morrison, The Times  ('Irene' Handel's Atalanta)


Irene - a shepherdess, but here chav queen, is perhaps the most alert actor, with constantly reinvented physical expression, and has a rich, dependable mezzo-soprano. Edward Bhesania, The Stage ('Irene' Handel's Atalanta)


'Stephanie Lewis's beautifully sung Ottavia was presented as a bitter tragédienne' Anna Picard, The Independent ('Ottavia' Monteverdi's L'incoronazione di Poppea)

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