"Virginia Hatfield is a singer who brings something intangible and impossible to describe to the stage. It's obvious as soon as she begins though. See her if you ever get the chance because it's an experience that stays with you for all the right reasons."

Brian Hay, (Pergolesi Stabat Mater, Aradia Ensemble, 2012)

"She sang with a clear, bell-like tone all night long, beguiling Nadir and audience alike in her ‘Dans le ciel sans voile’"

Leila, The Pearlfishers, Opera Hamilton, 2013

"Hatfield was radiant in the nativity section, and again at the opening of Part III."

Leslie Barcza, (Dublin Messiah, Aradia Ensemble, 2011)

"In her Opera in Concert debut, Virginia Hatfield sang Elena, the title role, with an appealing balance of power and subtlety, her arias given glowing texture and showing her wide range of dynamics and tonal colour at their best."

Geoff Chapman, Opera Canada (La Donna del Lago - Rossini, Opera in Concert, 2009)

"Soprano Virginia Hatfield delivered renditions of 'Rejoice Greatly', O Daughter of Zion' and 'I Know That My Redeemer Liveth' that were radiant in their joy and sublime in their restraint."

Brian Hay,

"Canadian soprano Virginia Hatfield was ideally cast as the Celestial Voice who promises the burning heretics life after death."

Ken Winters, Globe and Mail

"The Celestial Voice of Virginia Hatfield was nothing less than ethereal."

JH Stape, Review Vancouver