Heather Caddick

Soprano

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Heather is singing the role of the Countess in The Marriage of Figaro at the Grimeborn Festival on 16, 17, 19, 20 August in the Arcola Theatre, following her acclaimed performance as Mimi last summer.


She will be reviving Mimi with Opera 24 for one night in Southend Royal Pavilion on 28th October 2016.

“...remarkable young casts, notably Heather Caddick as Mimi” Fiona Maddocks, The Observer 2015

 

“Caddick has one of the most outstanding voices I have heard on the opera fringe scene. In 'Si, mi chiamano Mimi' all eyes are fixed on her, and whatever the constraints, every word or pitch seems seamless and effortless. Lying on a mattress on her deathbed, Caddick musters the strength to reach high notes without flinching, filling the auditorium with softness and clarity.” Mary Grace Nguyen, LDNCARD.com 2015

 

“The real vocal honours of the evening went to Caddick who sang with a wonderful purity of line and tone that commanded our attention throughout.... I did not expect to be moved any more by the final scene but her performance enabled me to experience it afresh.” Tim Hochstrasser, BritishTheatre.com 2015


“The one singer who shines in this production is Heather Caddick who sings Mimi with real musicality and captures the fragile power of the doomed girl in a gripping way. Her contribution to the Act 1 love duet is of the highest quality.” Owen Davies, Plays to See.com 2015



“Heather Caddick is marvellous as Mimi, her shyness convincing, her joy in not just falling in love but being part of a group of friends infectious and her lovely singing a delight, She anchors the emotional centre of the story successfully.” Gary Naylor, Broadwayworld.com 2015


 

“The singing from the principles is sumptious....Heather Caddick brings great warmth and sympathy to Mimi.” Alan Fitter, London Theatre 1.com 2015


 

"Heather Caddick captured Mimi's fragility with a natural grace and elegance; a natural actress with a rich and powerful soprano voice." Jack Johnson, Newbury Weekly News 2013