…The most outstanding performance was given by the soprano Loré Lixenberg in Cageʼs Aria. Lixenberg is not just a good singer, she is a deeply theatrical performer, who constantly transgressed the boundaries of musical performance, inspired by Cage, with ease and astonishing results. It brought back the excitement of the convention
breaking inventiveness of Cage. Lixenberg has energy, wit and highly accomplished vocal abilities, which made her live performance a rare event…,
John Cage Uncaged at the Barbican, London, 16-18 January 2004, S & H Concert Review, Jean Martin, 2004

...Sea-spray and childlike wonder were evoked in Howard Skemptonʼs song for voice and bell lyra, Whales Weep Not!, premiered by Lore Lixenberg and Julia Warburton in Birmingham...
Classical 2010, High Notes, The Independent on Sunday, 26 December, 2010, by Anna Picard

…Lixenbergs' rich powerful voice has an almost bewildering range of colours and a breathtaking upper register…, Metro

Seen and heard UK Concert Review, Seen and heard International, Carla Rees, 2010, Click here for PDF

NMC Songbook, Peter Quinn, International Record Review, 2009, Click here for PDF

Notes on a Scandal, Neil Fisher, Sounds times2, The Times, February 9 2007, Click here for PDF

Burn Baby Burn, Tom Service, The Guardian, Friday 4 March 2005, Click here for PDF

How we met - Richard Thomas and Lore Lixenberg, interview with Fiona McClymont, The Independent on Sunday, 25 January 2004, Click here for PDF

Opera, Tourette's Diva, Maddy Costa, The Guardian, 2000, Click here for PDF

Dirty Talk in the women's Camp, Tom Sutcliffe, The Evening Standard, 2000, Click here for PDF