Dido and Aeneas
La Nuova Musica, Theatre Royal Brighton

Augusta Hebbert and Martha McLorinan are aptly gleeful-at-pain as the two witches, plotting Dido’s downfall and the failure of love.

theargus.co.uk, May 2016

Written by Rachel Millard

Arne's Garrick Ode
Ex Cathedra, Hereford Cathedral

Martha McLorinan was refreshingly forthright.

The Telegraph, May 2016

Written by Ivan Hewett

Arne's Garrick Ode
Ex Cathedra, Birmingham Town Hall

Among those outstanding were Katie Trethewey…and Martha McLorinan, joining her as 18th-century Master Brown in a gorgeous duet.

Birmingham Post, April 2016

Written by Christopher Morley

Mozart Requeim and Mass in C Minor
Cantemus, Dora Stoutzker Hall

The mezzo had fired proceedings with non-showy coloratura in the Laudamus te… Particularly lovely were the combination of Manahan Thomas, McLorinan and the tenor Guy Cutting in the Quoniam.

Wales Arts Review, April 2016

Written by Nigel Jarrett

Mozart Requiem and Mass in C Minor
Cantemus, Dora Stoutzker Hall

Miss Thomas and fellow soloists mezzo Martha McLorinan, tenor Guy Cutting and baritone Julian Empett were on impressive form in the Requiem.

Western Mail, April 2016

Written by Peter Collins

Mozart C Minor Mass
St. Alban's Bach Choir, St. Alban's Cathedral

Martha McLorinan (mezzo soprano) showed true class in the challenging passages of the Laudamus Te, and the Domine Deus duet with Rowan Pierce was delightful.

Herts Advertiser, March 2016

Written by Amanda Quinn

Vivaldi Gloria
Sonoro, St. Martin in the fields

Martha McLorinan’s focussed yet richly vibrato-led tone brought dark strength to Domine Deus, Agnus Dei.

Planet Hugill, February 2016

Written by Robert Hugill

Dido and Aeneas
Trevor Pinnock and Friends, The Wigmore Hall

Martha McLorinan and Amy Wood were vivid witches.

Planet Hugill, October 2015

Written by Robert Hugill

Rachmaninoff's Vespers
Ex Cathedra, Milton Court

Martha McLorinan’s full-bodied mezzo complimented the performance of Blagoslovi, dushe moya perfectly.

musicOMH, September 2015

Written by Barry Creasy

Rachmaninoff's Vespers
Ex Cathedra, Ampleforth Abbey, Ryedale Festival

The alto soloist in Blagoslovi, Dushe Moya was simply captivating; I just loved the velvety quality of tone as the choir provided a musical cushion, the gentlest of support.

The York Press, July 2015

Written by Steve Crowther