Handel's Messiah:  "The quartet of singers was among of the best of recent years...Meg Bragle brought a strong, well-focused sound to the alto solos...there was much to admire in her basic singing and fine quality of voice” - Kenneth Delong

— Calgary Herald

Da capo arias, with entrancingly embellished repeats, transformed Susan Hamilton, Meg Bragle, Nicholas Mulroy, and Matthew Brook almost into operatic characters, though all four of them seemed to relish the fact that that was exactly what they were not. Bragle, an American mezzo-soprano new to the otherwise familiar Dunedin team, brought edge as well as beauty to her music.” - Conrad Wilson

— The Herald Scotland

Handel's Messiah:  "The four vocal soloists – soprano Suzie LeBlanc, mezzo Meg Bragle, tenor Lawrence Williford and bass-baritone Andrew Foster Williams – were very good.” - John Terauds

— Toronto Star

To have soloists as apt as Meg Bragle...who confided rather than declaimed, was a boon...” - Conrad Wilson

— The Herald Scotland

Handel's Messiah:  "American mezzo Meg Bragle has an intriguing, dusky tone that lent itself well to the trials and tribulations of Jesus.” - John Terauds

— The Toronto Star

Mezzo-soprano Meg Bragle was sure of tone from top to bottom, her voice quality appealing, as was her moving account of He Was Despised.” - Kenneth Delong

— The Calgary Herald

Bragle...bloomed in her upper register, with spot-on attacks;” - James McQuillen

— The Oregonian

Mezzo Margaret Bragle, making her Tafelmusik debut, has a memorable, raw-silk voice that she used nicely.” - John Terauds

— Toronto Star

Meg Bragle supplied a mezzo clear and true, dipping seamlessly into a finely finished chest voice” - Scott Cantrell

— The Dallas Morning News

To her arias Bragle brought a no-nonsense forthrightness and surprise, storytelling.” - Dean Smith

— The Charlotte Observer