"Piran Legg's Tuba Mirum was very powerful" Mozart Requiem, Sussex Chorus
Simon Austin, November 2017
"Piran Legg, as Alfredo's scheming father Giorgio, is an impressive baritone" La Traviata, Clonter Opera
Philip Radcliff, Manchester Theatre Awards, June 2016
"Satie’s scrupulously immaculate physical appearance as he enters the room offers an immediate contrast to the detritus; and Legg’s warm, strong tones convey the pleasure, and confidence, of an artist in absolute control of his art, if not of his surroundings or his life" Seven Velvet Suits, workshOPERA
Charlotte Valori, Operissimawhispers February 2016
"Piran Legg has the edge on the rest of the cast, his projection consistently superb, his well-controlled voice resonating with tone and colour."
Boys of Paradise, workshOPERA
Bachtrack July 2015
"Piran Legg exploited his handsome baritone as a personable Falke" Die Fledermaus, Clonter Opera
Opera Magazine, January 2014
"Piran Legg, as old man Martin, was made up as a cross between Pinocchio and Steptoe Senior, his acting delightfully comedic, his baritone voice full"
The Cooper, Guildhall Opera School
Seen and hear International, June 2014
"Piran Legg's long suffering Gepetto is very sensitively done" The Adventures of Pinocchio, Guildhall Opera School The Times, March 2014
"Piran Legg brought a remarkable depth and gravity to his performance as Geppetto. Legg never made you feel he was acting old, and gave a finely centred performance as the old man, with some profoundly touching moments.
Planet Hugill, March 2014
"Piran Legg's Schaunard duetted funnily with Colline. It was Legg that takes the singing honours; his projection and musical line marks him out as a major talent"
Schaunard in La Boheme, Cadogan Hall
Classical Source, December 2013
"Piran Legg (the King) effortlessly filled the space with his voice, making every line seem utterly natural; his voice just got better as the opera went on. Legg is definitely one to watch"
Francesca di Foix, Guildhall Opera School
Bachtrack, November 2013
"The father’s sternness yielded convincingly in Piran Legg’s movingly sung performance"
L'Enfant Prodigue, Guildhall Opera School
Classical Source, November 2013
"Piran Legg's commanding and powerful voice with its rich baritone register made its impact immediately in the third movement of the Brahms Requiem. The wealth of vocal colour and dynamic range he demonstrated were ideal for this music"
Tonbridge Philharmonic Concert
Roger Evernden, November 2012
Piran Legg performs the role of Danieli at Cadogan Hall