Kurt Weill Foundation for Music | New York City
March 9-10, 2017
Classical Singer Convention | Chicago
May 25-26, 2017
Described as an “excellent comedic actor” and “formidable soprano,” Charlotte Knight is a versatile artist, equally at home in operetta and musical theater.
Last season, Charlotte toured Ontario, Canada with To Be Determined Theatre Co. in a musical adaptation of Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day. She also performed the role of Josephine in HMS Pinafore with Toronto Operetta Theatre, Villa Lobos’ Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5 with The Gallery Players of Niagara, and the roles of Nymph and Spring in The Fairy Queen with Toronto Masque Theatre.
During the 2016/17 season, Charlotte makes her debut with the Niagara Symphony Orchestra as a featured soloist in Dream of Christmas…Rêve de Noël. She is currently based in London, United Kingdom.
Getting that balance right is the difference between escapist fluff and great comedy, and as the lovelorn Queen, Charlotte Knight provided the necessary hint of lemon zest in this Sachertorte, one minute swooning ditzily and pealing out jewel-like sprays of high notes, the next quickly dabbing her eyes in the background with the titular handkerchief.Richard Bratby | The Spectator UK, September 2017
Charlotte Knight (Cecily) is a formidable coloratura soprano. Davies’ music has her chirping all up and down the scale which she pulls off with panache. There has to be a Queen of the Night in her future with her precision placement and easy top.Paula Citron | PaulaCitron.ca, May 2015
Charlotte Knight is charming in depicting Cecily’s willful innocence. Davies gives her ample opportunity to show off her high-flying coloratura in ornamentation that rivals that of Mozart’s Queen of the Night. These Knight tosses off with ease and grace.Christopher Hoile | Stage-Door.com, April 2015
Charlotte Knight as Cecily particularly shines with all the bright, sparkling energy of a young girl with big dreams and even bigger ambition. Knight’s Cecily is funny and girlish without being cloying…Both Garlough and Knight sung the roof off, and their insane highs and gorgeous harmonies easily scored the most enthusiastic applause of the night.Lindsay Young | MooneyOnTheatre.com, April 2015