'Days and Days, movingly sung by Emily Onsloe, was a touching song from Jeanine Tesori and Lisa Kron's Fun Home in which a woman confesses to her daughter the unfulfilling marriage with a man who likes men.' - Robert Hugill

In many ways, the hardest part in a competition of this nature is opening it, a task Emily Onsloe took on with grace, beginning a fantastic afternoon of talent with 'Not A Day Goes by' from Merrily We Roll Along, and exhibiting a voice which was sublime to hear, setting the bar high for her competitors to follow. - Londontheatre1

Emily Onsloe gave a great interpretation of Merrily We Roll Along number, "Not A Day Goes By". In every performance you could see the close attention the performers had paid to setting up the characters and demonstrated great story-telling throughout.' - Huffington Post

Brilliant concert.  Everyone I invited greatly enjoyed the evening.  I am basking in the reflected glory of knowing you. 
Please keep me informed of any other concerts you put on! - Eddie Blair


Emily,  Just a thank you for making a pleasant evening at the ' Mayor at Home'  on Friday even more pleasant . You sing absolutley wonderful and I certainly hope to see you at many more council events. Thank you ! - Cllr John Wood, Havering

'Emily Onsloe's pure, powerful voice was heard to stunning effect, especially in the second movement, "To Women", and echoing the familiar words of "For The Fallen" - We Will Remember Them." - Michael Gray Arts Blog

'Emily, I just wanted to say a big thank you to you, Bertie and Katherine for your performance on Saturday. You were the talk of the evening! Thanks personally to you also for doing all the organising. Best wishes, Peter' - Peter Rose, Father of the Bride 


'To Emily, just to say thank you for singing at Mums funeral, everyone at the funeral thought you were brilliant! Thanks once again, you were our "star". Lots of love, Pam, Ray, Steve and Sandra.'


'Dear Emily, Thank you so much for singing for us on Saturday. You have a beautiful voice and we feel privileged to have heard you at the beginning of a promising career. You have a wonderful stage presence which is essential in opera. I shall be following your career with great interest. 

We raised well in excess of £1000 for The J’s which is marvellous so thanks again for helping us do this. All the best for the future and I look forward to hearing you again. With best wishes, Liz' - Liz Armishall, President of The Chelmsford Welsh Male Voice Choir'

'Dear Emily, On behalf of all of us at Saint Francis Hospice, I write to thank you for giving your time and singing at our 28th Birthday Service on the 23rd July. From the many comments I received after the service, people really enjoyed listening to you and appreciated your choice of music for the occasion.  The change of the second piece to PanisAngelicus was obviously inspired. I also believe ’congratulations’ are in order in winning an award for singing recently.  Well done. Emily, I really do hope it will be possible for you to sing at another of our events in the not too far distant future and look forward to working with you again. Yours sincerely, Graham Laut' - Revd Graham Laut, Chaplaincy Team Leader at Saint Francis Hospice 

''Everyone loved you! Thank you very much for singing so beautifully at my Presidents Luncheon. Several of your cards were requested. You made my day a big success. Eddie' - Eddie Blair, President of the Rotary

"Emily sang beautifully during and after our wedding ceremony . She really captured the emotion of the day and made it so so special for us." - Kristy & Jonathan 

"The young girl who was the soloist was incredible, I was in awe of her, please pass on our thanks she was just amazing!! I did shed some tears over her, gave me goosebumps!" - Sarah Morrow

Emily Onsloe worked tirelessly on perfecting the performance and fit the title of leading lady fantastically with her beautiful voice and moving performance. This really was an amazing show” – Sarah Barton, Director of The Sound Of Music