I heard it on the grapevine...

"At our recent Charity Afternoon Tea Colin's performance delighted our audience and his wide and varied repertoire was warmly enjoyed by everyone."

Bibby Miller, Strathaven Inner Wheel 2019

"The audience went home singing Colin and Gina's praises as a duo and individually as they took us on a tour of favourites from opera, stage musicals and Scots songs."

Bill Cowan, Irvine Burns Club 2018

"On his return visit to sing at our Annual Concert, Colin once again delighted the Kirkintilloch audience by singing a variety of music ranging from Musical Theatre, Italian Arias, popular Scots songs etc. all carefully considered and complementing the choir's programme. Colin grasped the audience very quickly with his engaging smile and lyrical opening item. His sensitive performance was very entertaining and we would look forward to him hopefully returning to sing with us again in the future". 

Sally McLellan, Musical Director for Kirkintilloch Male Voice Choir 2018.

"Colin performed as the tenor soloist for Bridge of Weir Choral Society in May 2018. Colin really brought something special to the Bob Chilcott Requiem, which features a lyrical tenor solo and his voice really did the piece justice. I would work with Colin again in a heartbeat. His professionalism and dedication to his work really shows in his performances and was loved by our audience in Bridge of Weir."

Christopher Barr, Musical Director for Bridge of Weir Choral Society 2018.

"Colin joined Music in Hospitals & Care in 2016 and has given 56 engaging performances. He brings the joy of music to life in healthcare settings."

Penny Johnston, Concert Booker for MiHC Scotland 2018

"The entertainers were excellent with our residents!!”

“They provided a very warm and welcoming atmosphere interacting individually with residents. The music provided was a fantastic mix.”

"Colin was a handsome chap with a terrific voice!"

 “Lots of compliments paid once the musicians left. One lady said he was the best singer she’s heard in a long time!”

“One lady hadn’t been feeling well at the beginning of the concert but half way through the first song she was smiling.  By the 3rd or 4th song she was joining in and dancing.”

Selection of quotes supplied by MiHC Scotland 2017/2018

"Tenor Colin Thomas Bryce and Marie Claire Breen (soprano) show their versatility by discharging the musical theatre numbers without the unnecessary heaviness 'legitmate' singers sometimes bring to the genre. What is particularly heartening is the way their training enables them to use their powers judiciously, unlike some theatrical performers who turn things up to eleventy-stupid at the slightest provocation."  

Review of Julian Wagstaff's 'Song to Me' Hugh Simpson - All Edinburgh Theatre  2015


"These classically trained voices deliver such power and emotion that spines tingle and neck hairs stand to attention...Highly recommended for all."

 Review of the Opera Boys at Rotherham Theatre Janet Jepson - Public Reviews 2015

"Sublime, mouth-watering vocals, a fruit cocktail for the ears..."

Review of All That Malarkey at the Edinburgh Fringe Festional, Mumbles Theatre 2014

"Top class performances included those of...Adolfo Pirelli, hilariously portrayed by Colin Bryce." 

Review of Sweeney Todd (Longborough Festival Young Artists) Stuart Russell, The Oxford Times 2012