Musical, the rigours of ‘Why do the Nations..’ he gave with verve and
Rich, intensely musical, it is difficult to see how the gentle Galatea
could have resisted such a voice
of the Fleet
I was completely bowled over by the sheer masculinity and
interpretation… he put these song across with a vivacity which carried
The Welwyn Times
..capable of acting the role as confidently as singing it… David
Kirby-Ashmore was impressive as the hunted Sorel.
and Television Today
I thought your
portrayal of Pierre was stunning, both theatrically and musically.
Barber of Seville
David Kirby-Ashmore was an exemplary Figaro whose wiliness and good humour were etched in every gesture and movement
The role of
Schaunard, here more than usually capricious and resourceful, was well served by
the excellent David Kirby-Ashmore who completed a quartet of rare equality.
..at the curtain call, it was the quartet of men that was received with
the greatest enthusiasm. ..David
Kirby-Ashmore established his place alongside the two larger roles with ease.
Marble Halls and Marble Busts
evening of words and music based on the life of Anthony Trollope at The National
Between each reading was a musical interlude.
Baritone Mr. David Kirby-Ashmore burst with such vigour into his opening
number that one elderly lady’s pince-nez popped off her nose in astonishment. During the song ‘See me dance the Polka’, strangers
turned to each other, grinned, tapped their toes and swung imaginary
David Kirby-Ashmore’s performance is a perfect example
…a superb one. …skilful
tonal control and perfect pitch.
Gulf Daily News
precise and rhythmic conducting of Dominique Debart showed off to advantage
Baritone David Kirby-Ashmore, tremendous in an incalculable number of roles.
Monde de la Musique