IOLANTHE at Buxton Opera House 2010
Of the ladies, Louise Crane was the standout in the title role....very moving and just perfectly sung. It was a treat to hear her. 
Elise Curran on line

Rossini's Stabat Mater:at Bath Abbey
..vivid and colourful, Crane's mezzo was beautifully phrased and burnished bronze....:
Peter Lloyd Williams for the Bath Chronicle

HMS Pinafore/ Trial by Jury, Buxton Opera House
...... for sheer brilliance in using a stage when given nothing to do, Louise Crane's Cousin Hebe almost stole the show.
Bernard Lee

HMS Pinafore
The best singing of the evening comes from Louise Crane as Buttercup, a peddler whose gypsy blood is very much to the fore. Crane also doubles as Sir Joseph’s sister.
Anne Morley-Priestman

Count of Luxembourg/D'Oyly Carte
Louise Crane makes a stunning impresssion in the role of Countess Kokozov
Yorkshire Post

HMS Pinafore at Perth Theatre, Opera della Luna
The main characters, who often played more than one role, were all excellent in their portrayals. ......... sung and played in excellent style by Louise Crane, she gave just the right intrigue to her character Little Buttercup.
Peter Rutterford
Perthshire Advertiser

[Savoynet] ODL Pinafore
Yes - I caught it in Tewkesbury on 16 April
...... And there is the delightful Louise Crane as Buttercup, very pleasing but not at all plump: first-class singing. ..... a thoroughly fun evening.
Stephen Turnbull

Le Siege de Corinthe (Rossini) Queen Elizabeth Hall, Chelsea Opera Group
Louise Crane was singing with superb creamy authority; one wished she was there to do much more...
Paul Griffiths , The Times

The trio of ladies ....... including Louise Crane - were as good as you would get anywere. A remarkable cast....
Opera Magazine

Eugene Ongin, Oxford Playhouse
But the most notable singing came from the very dependable Louise Crane as Tatyana's Nurse.
The Musical |Times

Opera Gala, Jersey Opera House
Louise Crane's mellow mezzo-soprano voice became a haunting and tantalising instrument in the Seguidilla from Bizet's Carmen
Philip Le Brocq , Jersey Evening Post

The Parsons's Pirates, Opera della Luna
Powerful contralto Louise Crane played with much versatility as Ruth, Edith and a bobby.
Peter Tatlow, The Stage

Zampa, Opera Omnibus
Louise Crane handled the comedy with adroit timing and sang strongly
David Blewitt, Opera Magazine

Zampa, Opera Omnibus
.....Louise Crane's rich mezzo in the role of Ritta
Words & Music

Zampa, The Stage
Louise Crane took the stage and used her strong, well-controlled contralto voice to good effect

Lucia di Lammermoor at Newbury Corn Exchange. Opera della Luna
Louise Crane's attractive mezzo-soprano was very effective in the enigmatic role of Alice Gray. It would be good to hear her in a bigger part.