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Handel's Esther, London Handel Festival at the Wigmore Hall, London, 22nd March 2018.

'Stephen Mills sang with a fresh open sound' - Curtis Rogers, Classical Source.

'Stephen Mills’ relaxed, pure tenor was graciously accompanied by the violins’ gentle pizzicato and James Eastaway’s beautiful oboe obbligato, as the First Israelite expressed the people’s unwavering trust in ‘great Jehovah’, and Mills’ clean tone was equally well-suited to persuading us of the condemned Mordecai’s faith'. - Claire Seymour, Opera Today.

 

Haydn's Missa Sancti Nicolai and Britten's St Nicolas, Mayfield Festival Choir at St. Dunstan's Church, Mayfield, 14th May 2017.

'Stephen Mills gave a fabulous rendition of St. Nicolas, with great intination and fabulous diction, which was truly impressive.' - Jeremy Summerly.

 

Handel's Messiah, Burgess Hill Choral Society at St. Andrew's Church, 1st April 2017.

'Tenor Stephen Mills created a most atmospheric realisation of “Comfort Ye my people” and his singing throughout the evening was resonant and expressive.' - Richard Haslam.

 

Britten's St Nicolas, Farnborough Sixth Form College, 27th March 2015.

'There was a controlled sense of mystery as tenor solo combines with organ, and dynamics throughout, showed an understanding of the mythical yet powerful subject matter of the work.' - Farnborough Sixth Form College.

 

Mozart's Bastien und Bastienne, Opera Alberelli, 19th July 2014.

'The wit of the music was very well conveyed by the three young performers with excellent diction and characterisation.' - Roger Backway, Gazette & Herald.

 

Mozart's Requiem, Birmingham Choral Union at Elgar Concert Hall, 29th March 2014.

'Stephen Mills’ light tenor was pleasant and used skillfully.' - Norman Stinchcombe, Birmingham Post.

 

Mozart's C Minor Mass, Market Harborough Choral Society Concert, November 17th 2012.

'Four young stars in the making - Elizabeth Ryder and Carrie-Ann Williams (sopranos), Stephen Mills (tenor) and Matthew Durkan (baritone) - who delighted and dazzled the audience with their virtuosity.' - Malcolm Lever-Jones.


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