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Ruth Evans Wanganui Chronicle
Vibrant Concert with flawless technique
“Tre-Belle looked and sounded every bit like the next pop-opera group to take the world by storm. Versatility is the key to their performance...as their programme flowed effortlessly from pop to musical to opera. The vocal colour was always changing, with varied and interesting arrangements, rich harmony and diction.”

Eileen Ng Wanganui Chronicle
“Tre-Belle was certainly a relaxing and enjoyable show to remember. A one off show to celebrate the recording of their demo album was magnificent....Tre-Belle performed a beautiful repertoire and their rich vocals and their style on stage was leaving us wanting for more.”

Peter Mead, Cromwell Community Arts
Pop-Opera trio Tre-Belle received a standing ovation from a capacity crowd at the conclusion of their concert in Cromwell...The trio infused a song list that included many well known Broadway hits with crystalline beauty. Their soprano voices, full of colour and vitality illustrated the full range of their individual skills in the solo’s they each sung and when combined their timing and harmony was of breath taking precision.
“The audience appreciation was evident right from the opening number. The normal restraint often shown by our audiences made the standing ovation somewhat unique but nonetheless appropriate recognition of an exhilarating performance.”

Inside Entertainment - The Magazine for the Variety Artists Club of NZ
Bit of shock next when Guy introduced three young ladies from Wellington called Tre-Belle. They are (according to the poster) Pop Opera Divas. Not sure what that means and I didn’t understand the words of their first couple of songs (in Italian I think) but my word, what an effect on the audience. It is the first time opera has come to The Howick Club and these young ladies received a standing ovation. Such power and magnificent harmonies. Wow, we were treated so well. The audience just loved them.

Saranne James Director of Cuisine Tirohana Estate Martinborough
Tirohana Estate contracted Tre-Belle for our charity event, “Love in the Vines". This function was attended by a number of celebrities from the television and sporting world, along with our key account clients.
Without exception, all participants were thoroughly entertained and greatly appreciative by the performance of Tré Belle. The choice of repertoire, the professional delivery and interaction with the audience and above all, the standard displayed exhibiting the very unique skills and talents of each individual performer.

Raymond Thompson MNZM Chief Executive Cloud 9 Screen Entertainment Group
Having been a participant in the entertainment industry for many years, I have had the opportunity of working with many so-called ‘names’, especially within the music sector on a global level.
And I was absolutely overwhelmed by the range and talents of each girl. I believe they have a very promising future within the entertainment industry and I have no hesitation whatsoever in providing this reference.
I believe that Tre-Belle are very unique and are destined to achieve exciting things within their career and collaboration.

Gray Bartlett MBE, Director NZEA Ltd
This letter is to give my fullest endorsement to this amazing trio of singers.
I had the very great pleasure of hearing Tre-Belle perform at the Howick Club earlier this year for a Charity concert. They were magnificent, and brought the house to its feet with their fantastic performance.
I heartily endorse these girls.... Tre-Belle is certainly one of the very best trios I have encountered.
They will make a huge impact.

Stephen Fisher, Manawatu Standard
Wine, Women and Song
After last year's rained-out event, yesterday could not have been a more perfect afternoon to enjoy the 2010 lineup – a double trio act, Tre-Belle, comprising three of Wellington's top young female singers, and La Forza, a pop-opera male trio in the style of Il Divo.
Together ....Tre-Belle were impressive with a rich vocal colouring, some excellent close harmony work and an easy on-stage style as they obviously enjoyed the afternoon.