"(...) Sara Braga Simões, a crystal clear voice singer, who showed great and clear articulation and elegant expressiveness"
in PÚBLICO about Händel's Messiah

"As for the soloists, excellent performance by Sara Braga Simões, with a well-toned voice, smooth and with excellent modulation. Beautiful in the high register."
in HARDMUSICA, about Händel's Messiah

"A word for the soprano Sara Braga Simões that we heard for the first time and that showed an exclent voice, with an almost perfect tone, fine tuning and especially revealing an emotional modulation of great sensitivity."
in HardMusica, about Poulenc's Gloria

"Sara Braga Simões sang a mature Pamina"
in Expresso, about Mozart's Die Zauberflöte (as Pamina) 

"Sara Braga Simões, voice and figure to sell, with good ressonance, agility and expression!"
in El Norte de Castilla, about Donizetti's Rita

"The rest of the cast was portuguese (apart from the Miles of Gregory Monk), and all performed with total command. Sara Braga Simões’s Governess was fresh-voiced and had a range to die for."
in Opera Now, by Matthew Peacock, about Britten's The Turn of the screw as The Governess 

Outstanding performances were given by the four young Portuguese singers, (...) especially Sara Braga Simões (Governess) and Alexandra Moura (Flora), who portrayed their characters with enormous intensity. 
in Opera (magazine), about Britten's The Turn of the screw as The Governess 

"The soprano Sara Braga Simões, as Mimi Kitch, was always very convincing on stage, and musically accurate in her agile and fresh voice" 
in Mic, about Nuno Corte-Real's Banksters (as Mimi Kitch)

"Sara Braga Simões was very convincing in the role of Mimi Kitsch, the banker's wife."
in Público, about Nuno Corte-Real's Banksters (as Mimi Kitch)

The piece was well executed and counted with an amazing Sara Braga Simões, a soprano with a huge and expressive voice, and technically secure.
in Público, about Lemmeland's D’une saison l’autre 
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