Otago Daily Times
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”.