Turiya Haudenhuyse




FORUM OPERA - Grand theatre de luxembourg

 "…Turiya Haudenhuyse qui donne beaucoup de consistance au rôle de la mère, à la fois lucide et émouvante..”

FULL REVIEW: https://www.forumopera.com

“Haudenhuyse gaf een mooie vertolking van een ‘desperate housewife’ jarenvijftigstijl, vaste klant bij een ‘shrink’ en haar frustraties wegschrijvend in een dagboek.”

FULL REVIEW: https://www.operamagazine.nl/

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Instrumental Armies Do Battle at Amsterdam’s Opera

 "The double bill of “Trouble in Tahiti” and “Clemency” also boasted a strong cast, including the persuasively haunted soprano Turiya Haudenhuyse, who didn’t overdo the indignant mood that can be easily overindulged in portrayals of Dinah, Bernstein’s claustral 1950s housewife."

FULL REVIEW: https://www.nytimes.com/

Probing Bernstein and MacMillan double bill in Amsterdam

 "Soprano Turiya Haudenhuyse gave a winning performance as Dinah. Haudenhuyse is not only an expressive singer, but also an inherently natural actress who easily takes possession of the stage. Richly colored at the center and pliant throughout, her voice is a special instrument."

FULL REVIEW: http://www.operatoday.com

Trouble in Tahiti and Clemency make an intriguing Dutch National double bill

  "Turiya Haudenhuyse’s round, soft-grained soprano impressed in her rendition of “What a movie !…Island magic”, when Dinah reminisces the escapist movie she has just seen at the cinema."

FULL REVIEW: https://bachtrack.com


A day at the Oxford Lieder Festival: Bach Revived

 "The three songs by Bach, Bist du bei mir, Willst du dein Herz mir schenken and So oft ich meine Tobackspfeife were accompanied by Sholto Kynoch (piano) and Christian Elliot (cello). Turiya Haudenhuyse has a rich toned voice, and brought out the charm and character of the songs in a performance which was not quite romantic but was not historically informed either, thus bringing us a little closer to how Schumann would have heard this music."

READ FULL REVIEW HERE: http://www.planethugill.com


PlANET hugill: Small scale, yet intense - Gluck's iphigénie en tauride

 "The opera was performed in highly creditable, expressive and comprehensible French. Turiya Haudenhuyse in particular seemed to have the knack also of the correct placement of the voice for this repertoire, so her dialogue never seemed too wide or open but had just the right nasal tang to it. Turiya Haudenhuyse was a gloriously rich Iphigénie, her voice combining a smooth lower register with a vibrant yet easy top. She had the right gravity of manner and intensity."

READ FULL REVIEW HERE: http://www.planethugill.com

Intense and Intimate: ‘Iphigenie en Tauride’ in a pub

 "Stand out performances, for me, were by Turiya Haudenhuyse in the title role, and tenor Joseph Doody, who played Pylades."

FULL REVIEW HERE: https://crosseyedpianist.com


Don giovanni goes on the rails

 "The wonderful cast includes soprano Ranveig Káradóttir, who returns to Rye after appearing in La Traviata last year, and she, along with Turiya Haudenhuyse as Zerlina and Jerome Knox were my particular favourites, but it is invidious of me to single out anyone in so talented a cast; they were all excellent."

READ FULL REVIEW HERE: http://www.ryenews.org.uk