'As for Semele herself, Colleen Nicoll was the star of the show. Such was her sound, phrasing, intonation and personality... ‘Oh sleep, why dost thou leave me?’ was quite wonderful.' - Alan Gibbs http://www.isleworthbaroque.co.uk/productions

'Soprano Colleen Nicoll impressed not only with how she sang but also with her eye contact with the audience... Colleen Nicoll went on to make light of the coloratura demands of Rejoice greatly, O daughter of Zion, impressing with her sustained embellishment at cadences.' Handel's Messiah, Corsley Festival Choir.

'A silvery Tytania' - Christopher Webber, Opera Magazine 2015

'The show numbers ranged from the soulful 'If I loved you' from Alexandra Shrinivas to Colleen Nicoll's extrovert Glitter and be Gay' Opera Scotland

 'Colleen Nicoll, as the countess, was enchanting' - The Glasgow Herald Mozart, The Marriage of Figaro