"Syme, a former Britten-Pears Young Artist, and winner of the Emmy Destinn Young Singers award, has, for my money, an exciting voice: forceful and domineering - and pained - as suits this particular role."
"With the appearance of Zita Syme as a pugnacious, intelligent and vocally splendid Juno in a striking red dress, who came with her two peacocks (dancers with peacock heads), the whole thing took off."
"Zita Syme is a very accomplished Giunone who displays an extremely well developed soprano."
★ ★ ★ ★
"The cast was a knockout... Zita Syme and Sophie Goldrick were respectively imperious and imposing as the goddesses Giunone and Diana."
★ ★ ★ ★
"Apart from the range and the masterful performance, the panel appreciated the silky tone, which she lends to her soprano."
"First Prize was awarded to soprano Zita Syme whose excellent Czech (particularly in Rusalka's aria O marno to je) marked her whole programme."
Jarmila Karas, August / September 2019
British, Czech and Slovak Review