Copland's In The Beginning
Tenebrae, St. John's Smith Square

Led by a solo mezzo-soprano- a step-out from the choir by a fearless Martha McLorinan.

theartsdesk.com, July 2018

Written by David Benedict

Bingham's A Walk with Ivor Gurney
Tenebrae, Hereford Cathedral, Three Choirs Festival

Judith Bingham’s very chromatic “A Walk with Ivor Gurney” concentrated on women’s voices and featured a superb solo from mezzo-soprano Martha McLorinan.

Hereford Times, July 2018

Written by Peter Fletcher

Bingham's A Walk with Ivor Gurney
Tenebrae, Hereford Cathedral, Three Choirs Festival

This music was conceived for Dame Sarah Connolly but here the role was taken, with great assurance and musicianship, by Martha McLorinan

seenandheardinternational.com, July 2018

Written by John Quinn

Bach's St. Matthew Passion
Ex Cathedra, Birmingham Symphony Hall

Martha McLorinan was outstanding in the many significant alto solos Bach demands.

Birmingham Post, April 2018

Written by Christopher Morley

Rossini's Petite Messe Solennelle
Christ's Hospital Choral Society, St. Mary's Church, Horsham

There is nothing Petite about the demands Rossini makes of his soloists, and the strong team of soprano Augusta Hebbert, alto Martha McLorinan, tenor Benjamin Vonberg-Clark and bass Edward Jones all made the most of their moments in the limelight, to the clear delight of their audience. But I was also hugely impressed by the togetherness they achieved in the various duets, trios and quartets.

The District Post, November 2017

Written by Mike Overend

Bingham's The Drowned Lovers
Tenebrae

This really is a definitive performance of my piece… it totally captures the watery, morbid, sensual feel of it, it’s exactly as I would want it to be.

Music of the Spheres

Written by Judith Bingham

Durufle's Requiem
The New London Singers, Ivor Setterfield, St. John's Smith Square

In the “Pie Jesu”, Martha McLorinan sang with a lovely sense of dignity and a richly supported line, duetting finely with Winkworth’s cello.

Planet Hugill, April 2017

Written by Robert Hugill

Purcell's Dido and Aeneas
Ex Cathedra, Birmingham Town Hall

Martha McLorinan delivered the role of the Sorceress with power and authority.

reviewsgate.com, February 2017

Written by Paul and David Gray

Handel's Messiah
Kings Lynn Festival Chorus, St. Nicholas' Chapel, Kings Lynn

The packed audience were honoured to have a fine team of soloists including the famous soprano Dame Emma Kirkby… and the contributions from Martha McLorinan (alto), Peter Davoren (tenor) and David Shipley (bass) were outstanding, emphasising the passion and lyricism of the vocal lines.

Lynn News, December 2016

Bach's Christmas Oratorio
Nottingham Bach Choir, St. Mary's Church, Nottingham

Schlafe, Mein Liebster… was both tender and poignant.

Nottingham Post, November 2016

Written by William Ruff