“Murrihy thrills with her voice” in Bluebeard’s Castle

Posted on Oct 15, 2018 in Paula Murrihy, Reviews | No Comments
“Murrihy thrills with her voice” in Bluebeard’s Castle

“From the softest whisper to her high C at the opening of the castle’s fifth door, and in Bartók’s deliberate mismatch between Judith’s initial optimism and the dark oppression of the orchestra, Murrihy thrills with her voice while fully inhabiting her symbolic assignment with her presence.”

— Read more at The Irish Times.