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Carpe Vitam - The Stoller Hall, Manchester. November 2018

Each of the soloists from Chetham's Vocal Ensemble were absolutely superb. Their control, dexterity, sonority, and indeed insight into the texts was something to behold; their voices sounding much more mature than their young ages belied.  This section ended with the wonderful Music Hall song of Liza Lehmann declaring that 'There Are Fairies At The Bottom Of My Garden', a delightfully interpreted story-telling by Charlotte Potter.

La Corona - Bagni di Lucca 2020

A fantastic evening was had by all at this special evening at The Corona , Bagni dI Lucca, August 2020.

A beautiful riverside terraced setting overlooking La Lima coupled with the stunning Charlotte Potter performing some of her operatic classics amongst others. "The Voice of an Angel" doesn't do her justice , she sings from the heart and  you need to go see her, you will totally be wrapped up in emotions.This young lady will go far and I encourage everyone to go see her on her way to future stardom.

Bagni di Lucca, Tuscany, Italy July 2018

Charlotte has just finished her first year at the renowned Chetham’s School of Music in Manchester and has a beautifully developing soprano voice with a timbre which lends itself well to both classical opera, and modern musicals. Charlotte charmed us with well-chosen items ranging from a song with words by Lord Byron, who spent his holidays in 1822 at the villa as guest of his friend Scottish banker John Webb, to Puccini who loved spending his summers at Bagni di Lucca.

The biggest surprise of the evening for most of us, however, was to find out at the end that the beautiful voice we had heard belonged to a seventeen year old!

Proms in the Priory - London Gala Orchestra 2018

The beautiful backdrop of Gisborough Priory was the ideal place to listen to the stunning voice of 17yr old Charlotte Potter.  Despite her young age she looked and sounded perfectly at home on the concert stage.  

Lesley Garrett OBE and Chesterfield Philharmonic Choir - June 2019

What an amazing evening at the Winding Wheel - I just wish we could have heard more from the up-and-coming young soprano, Charlotte Potter.  I was reminded of watching a younger Lesley Garrett when seeing Charlotte and Lesley singing together. She was a-natural on stage and I hope to see a lot more of her in the future!

La Corona - Bagni di Lucca 2020

Charlotte Potter is a young lady with a wonderful career ahead of her. To say her Summer Concert at La Corona, Bagni di Lucca, was a highlight of my year is no understatement. Charlotte has a sublime voice that I could listen to forever. Her control, tone, clear enunciation, consistency and emotional connection to any piece of music she sings just hooks you in. And then there’s her versatility. Charlotte has a voice that suits so many styles from classic opera, to ballads, to songs from theatre and musicals; and she treated her appreciative audience to a taste of all of them at her concert in La Corona. A very special night indeed.

Wedding - July 2022

 I booked Charlotte to sing at my son's Wedding. She sang as my daughter in law walked down the aisle and two songs at the signing of the register. I can't recommend her enough, she added that extra bit of magic to the wonderful day!

Meltham Mills Brass Band Last Night of the Proms October 2018

The guest soprano, Charlotte Potter, who is studying ‘voice’ at Chetham’s School of Music, sang Porgi Amor and My Heart is Like a Singing Bird. Charlotte has a wonderful voice and sang from the heart….Charlotte sang You Will Never Walk Alone and Adele’s Laughing Song, which was amazing!

Honley Male Voice Choir April 2018

A particular joy for the choir and the audience was a guest appearance of a young soprano from the renowned Chetham’s School of Music in Manchester, Charlotte Potter. Other young sopranos have been described as having the “The Voice of an Angel.” The choir and the audience certainly thought so and she received rapturous applause. Look out for her name.

Durham Cathedral November 2017

DURHAM Singers and Ensemble joined forces with stunning young soloists to set the festive mood with a glorious performance of Handel’s Messiah, in front of a capacity audience at Durham Cathedral. The orchestra of period instruments gave a nuanced and warm accompaniment throughout, with playing perfectly suited to the five Samling Academy soloists - singing the Messiah for the first time. Soprano Charlotte Potter sang with vibrancy.

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