Bach St. John Passion: "L'autre petit miracle est une dénommée Meg Bragle dans Es ist vollbracht. Le fait de donner à une femme — une mère — cet air crucial de déploration de la mort de Jésus atteste de l'intelligence fine d'Alexander Weimann et de l'humilité du contre-ténor Matthew White, directeur artistique des Voix baroques, qui n'a pas cherché à accaparer ce moment clé.” - Christophe Huss

— Le Devoir

Bach St. John Passion "...s'agit d'une mezzo-soprano, d'ailleurs très douée, qui s'appelle Meg Bragle.” - Claude Gingras

— La Presse

Bach's B Minor Mass:  "But this designer-model Bach, which the Monteverdi Choir has perfected, certainly has its moments....[the] bucolic dancing solo violin in the Laudamus te and the resinous singing of...Soprano II will stay long in the memory.” - Hilary Finch

— The Times

Handel and Steffani duets: "The singers - Ellen Hargis and Mireille Asselin, sopranos; Meg Bragle, mezzo soprano; Mr. McStoots, tenor; and Mr. Williams, bass-baritone - gave a robust performance in which the sense of the text was paramount.  That, thankfully, was the rule rather than the exception in this program, and at the festival generally. ” - Allan Kozinn

— New York Times

Bedtime" (Schubert lieder) with the Mark Morris Dance Group: Be it said that the opening Wiegenlied is utterly charming, that the Ständchen (very well done by its soprano and male quartet) is a delight in its fluent dance shapes and its unfailing originality of movement ideas. But the Erlkönig is staggering....With an eloquent account of the text from the soprano Margaret Bragle and the pianist Colin Fowler, the drama seems new, heart-tearing, and Schubert honoured in this masterly realisation.” - Clement Crisp

— Financial Times

Bedtime" (Schubert lieder) with the Mark Morris Dance Group: From ruhig to marrow-chilling dramatics - Margaret Bragle's singing is clear as a bell.” - Vera Liber

— The British Theatre Guide

Handel's Israel in Egypt:  "Their solo turns, too, were exemplary: unaffected, unassuming and perfectly in tune to the intentions behind these arias, which is to represent the ordinary man.” - Igor Toronyi-Lalic


Handel's Israel in Egypt:  "The soloists were superb..." ” - Susan Nickalls

— The Scotsman

Bach's B-Minor Mass and Vivaldi's Gloria:  "Particularly memorable were the duet for Ms. Simon and Ms. Bragle in 'Christe eleison', the majestic swelling chorus at 'Gratias agimus tibi', and Ms. Bragle’s breathtaking vocal control at the beginning of 'Qui sedes ad dexteram patris'...” - William Fazekas


Bach's B-Minor Mass and Vivaldi's Gloria:  "The vocal soloists were alive to the poetry and vivacity in Vivaldi’s writing....Mezzo-soprano Meg Bragle demonstrated her Baroque versatility paired with Rene Schiffer’s jaunty cello and on her own agile journey.” - Donald Rosenberg

— Cleveland Plain Dealer