Niall Hoskin Baritone, translator


This is not the page for modesty, but I can't resist passing on what a variety of people have written. You'll have to take my word for it: none of them is related to me, nor did money change hands.

'A voice of uncommon beauty' John Steane in The Gramophone on Leighton's Sequence for All Saints

' object lesson in how this great aria should be sung' Peter Lloyd Williams in the Bath Chronicle on 'The Trumpet Shall Sound' (Handel: Messiah)

'...a bouquet for classical baritone Niall Hoskin's reading of two of Duke's difficult sacred songs' Jack Massarik in the Evening Standard on the Duke Ellington Celebration at the South Bank

'The impeccable articulation of the baritone Niall Hoskin, strongly cast as the sly and scheming Barnaba, allowed one to keep abreast of the action' Rian Evans, Opera Magazine on La Gioconda Ponchielli

'...warm tone and fluent diction' Ronald Kay in the Gloucestershire Echo on Hansel and Gretel Humperdinck

‘especially strong characterisation from Niall Hoskin as the iron-fisted German commandant’ –Richard Morrison in The Times on A Foreign Field  (Eric Wetherell)

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