"A final year undergraduate at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Nazan Fikret is experienced in this role, which she first sang aged twelve, and her confidence and accuracy suggest a promising talent"

-Claire Seymour, Opera Today

(Flora,  ENO David McVicar production,

The Turn of the Screw, 2009)

"Led by the impressive soprano of Nazan Fikret. Hers is a lovely voice, ripe, rich and clear with an especially beautiful top. Her projection and coloratura were also very good..."

-Simon Thompson, Seen and Heard International

(Madame Herz,  Mozart's The Impresario,

Edinburgh Fringe August 2012,)

"Vocal highlights were the convincing Nazan Fikret with her clarion sparkle as The Queen of the Night..."

"The Queen of the Night appears sophisticated... Nazan Fikret convinced the Queen of the Night with wonderfully clear coloratura and meets clean every single note..."

-Translated from German,

Online Music Magazin,Thomas Molke

(The Queen of the Night, Wexford Opera 2012)

-Richard B.Breams, Opera con Brio

(review of Wexford Opera's The Magic Flute)

"Our Governess, of two, was Nazan Fikret, not so long ago the most frightening Flora anyone's seen at English National Opera. Her voice has a piercing sweetness and her innocence was touching..." ...

-David Nice, former Guardian Music Journalist, biographical writer and writer for Arts Desk Online reviews

(Governess, The Turn of the Screw, Seastar Opera 2013)

"(Walt's) two daughters were engagingly sung by Sarah Tynan and Nazan Fikret with bell-like clarity."

-Mark Pullinger, Opera Brittania

(Diane Disney, The Perfect American, ENO 2013)

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"...The real stars, however, were the six singers...rather eclipsed by soprano Nazan Fikret, whose comic Fiordiligi was excellent."

Gyn Mon Hughes, The Arts Desk

(Fiordilgi, Cosi Fan Tutte

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra

European Opera Centre 2014)

"Nazan Fikret (whom I first saw when she was fourteen as a terrifying Flora in The Turn of the Screw). Her Come Scoglio was strongly characterised as one could wish."

Michael Kennedy, Opera Magazine

(Fiordiligi, Cosi Fan Tutte RLPO/EOC)

"The three soloists did very well. The soprano, Nazan Fikret, was tenderly ravishing in Stetit Puella and beautifully fresh in Amor Volat."

Ann Pinhey, The Petersfield Post (, Tuesday 15th March 2016. Review of Carmina Burana for Petersfield Choral Society, in conjunction with Making Music AYCA