Otago Daily Times

Singer impresses

- Entertainment · Musicians · Music · Celebrities · Dunedin · New South Wales · New Zealand · Sydney Conservatorium of Music

Miss Natalina Mc­Cal­lum, the Dunedin vo­cal­ist, who com­menced

stud­ies at the New South Wales Con­ser­va­to­rium of Mu­sic in May last, has al­ready cre­ated a favourable im­pres­sion in Syd­ney.

She sang at a con­cert given by the Royal Apollo Club, un­der the di­rec­tion of Mr Al­fred Hill.

One of the news­pa­per crit­ics, in re­fer­ring to her as a “New Zealand light so­prano”, said that Miss Mc­Cal­lum had a voice of ex­cep­tion­ally sweet qual­ity with a fine range, and added that her singing gave ev­i­dence of a rare gift of tem­per­a­ment. Another pa­per pro­nounced her “an ac­com­plished artist”.

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