"..A young British soprano who shook the very fabric of the Maltings with her tonally gorgeous and dramatically distressing assumption of Giorgetta.."

Mark Valencia - www.whatsonstage.com 2018

"Soprano Sarah-Jane Lewis hits the sweet spot....."

www.bbc.co.uk - Opera Passion Day 2017

"Sung with blood-quickening passion by Sarah-Jane Lewis"

Neil Norman - www.thestage.co.uk 2017

"Sarah-Jane Lewis captivated with a remarkably sumptuous yet cleanly contoured timbre and she shaped her words seductively."

Yehuda Shapiro - Opera Magazine July 2016

"..alluring, lustrous, velvet-toned soprano...."

Michael White - Catholic Herald 2016

"at least as powerful a portrayal of the role I have heard...the rich toned Giorgetta of Sarah-Jane Lewis, whose plight and character could not have done more to engage our sympathy."

Mark Berry - Seenandheard-international.com 2016 

"Lewis has a rich, creamy textured voice with a great warmth to it, and a lovely evenness across the range. It is potentially quite a big instrument, and it was lovely to hear her singing so fluidly and flexibly in a relatively small acoustic. Though her voice has a strong operatic potential, she is clearly a gifted recitalist,"

Robert Hugill - Planet Hugill 2015

 “Sarah-Jane Lewis has a warm, capacious soprano, its strength powerfully contained and focused throughout its wide register. And her wonderfully serene and assured stage presence reaches out to her audience whether in the beautifully tapered phrasing of her Debussy, the stature of her operatic Wagner or the compelling simplicity of her Frank Bridge”. Her Come to me in my Dreams made the listener long for every next word." 

Hilary Finch - The Times 2014 

"Sarah-Jane Lewis arose to address Isolde's Liebestod. Wow, she's good! She sang with confidence, her high and long-held notes were totally certain and centred, and she really seemed involved with the story's denouement. Sarah-Jane Lewis's voice is glorious, and she doesn't lack for vivid portrayal either - in Isolde's 'love-death', Lewis brought the character alive."

Colin Anderson - Classical Source 2013

"Astounding. In terms of tone, one of the most beautiful voices I have ever heard in live performance. The sound reminds me of Jessye Norman spliced with Te Kanawa."

Capriccioblog -Young Singers to Look out For 2012 

"Sarah-Jane Lewis elicits a Wow! from Gheorghiu with Mascagni's 'Son Pochi Fiori' A Countess in the making."

Helen Wallace - Classical-music.com 2012