"Angela Tunstall is best known for her work with the “Godfather of Contemporary Music”, Karlheinz Stockhausen. He was so inspired by her remarkable abilities as a singer he invited her to create the role of Eva in his Opera 'Freitag aus Licht'."
"In between all those neo-baroque figures, whose external appearance is borrowed from the world of fantasy books and film, the soprano Angela Tunstall moves as Eva: the original mother of all musical education."
- Die Berliner Zeitung
"She employed a melange of languages and a thesaurus of expressions and vocal styles from purring to guttural, from monosyllabic to florid and melismatic; she was impassioned; she was hilarious; she crooned and crowed; and all the while the Concert for Piano and Quintet did its own thing in its own unpredictable way."
- The Herald
"The excellence of the singing by Angela Tunstall was considerable, and the music is plainly the work of a fine creative mind."
- William Marshall
Soprano Angela Tunstall chats to Woodend Barn ahead of her appearance with Red Note Ensemble on Wednesday 11th May, 2011. She discusses the programme of Sciarrino, Berio, composer Carolyn Sparey’s new work and her collaboration with Karlheinz Stockhausen, giant in the world of electronic music composition:
'Needs Sound' - a short interview with Angela Tunstall on Stockhausen:
BBC Radio Scotland - 'Momente', "Classics Unwrapped", :