Reviews on Stage
"My enduring memory of Operabox’s production of Massenet’s Manon will be Jenna Robertson radiant in orange brocaded silk and exuding charisma. Her Manon was a heroine full of ambiguities and I couldn’t steal my eyes from her remarkably expressive face...Robertson captured every nuance of Manon’s duplicity with her superficial glamour, cruel manipulations, a sobbing Adieu notre petite table, and finally her heartfelt penitence. She sang with impeccable French and bright top notes..."I
Limelight Magazine, Manon 2017. Read the full review.
"Jenna Robertson made an enchanting Manon, fully embodying the leading role with her kilowatt smile and crystalline voice, portraying the character’s journey from innocent charm to preening coquette to desolate repentance."
Cut Common, Manon 2017. Read the full review.
"Jenna Robertson's ever-ascendent soprano, combined with her convincing acting ability, provided us with a memorable Manon."
Darlington Review, Manon 2017.
"Jenna Robertson sizzles as the flirtatious Zerbinetta with coloratura fireworks"
Noted, Ariadne auf Naxos 2016. Read the full review.
"Robertson's bell-like soprano transfixed musicians and audiences alike in her beautifully modulated Caro Nome from Verdi's Rigoletto, and the exquisite Casta Diva, from Norma by Bellini...This soloist's sure tread...promises great things to come."
Great Southern Weekender, A Night at the Opera, Albany Sinfonia 2016. Read the full review
"Soprano Jenna Robertson (Boleyn) turned in a moving, often powerfully understated performance, negotiating the musical and dramatic demands of the score with great finesse."
The West Australian, Anna Bolena 2015. Read the full review
"Soprano Jenna Robertson read the complex character well and alternated between kind caresses, blind rage and the depths of despair with a believability not often seen....In the same vein, her voice danced from the soaring highs (which were often punctuated with applause) to the softer moments of contemplation."
Sydney Morning Herald, Anna Bolena 2015. Read the full review
"Jenna Robertson in the title role has much demanded of her – both as singer and actress – and she acquitted herself with distinction."
Capital Events on Capital Radio 101.7FM, Anna Bolena 2015.
"Jenna Robertson's sensitive portrayal of the doomed queen was outstanding."
Darlington Review, Anna Bolena 2015.
"A cast of seasoned stage performers inhabited the stage confidently. The resourceful Jenna Robertson sung Gretel with a winsome smile."
The West Australian, Hänsel & Gretel 2014. Read the full review
"Robertson's bad-to-the-bone Laetitia ticks all the boxes."
The West Australian, The Old Maid and the Thief 2014. Read the full review.
"Who could fail to be moved by...the soaring soprano of Jenna Robertson as Gilda, Rigoletto's wronged daughter, whose dramatic high notes set the rafters ablaze? Her vitality, and her obvious enjoyment singing the role, was electrifying."
Darlington Review, Rigoletto 2013