Sopranos Charlotte Mobbs and Kirsty Hopkins were superb in the delicately intertwining duet De torrente in via bibet.

Steve Moffat – Manly Daily – Sydney Opera House 2012

The voices of Grace Davidson and Charlotte Mobbs were like flute and clarinet duetting in the Italianate plangency of O dive custos, an elegy on the early death of Queen Mary.

Hilary Finch               The Times

Other agreeable Presteigne memories? The vim and polish of the ad hoc Presteigne Festival Orchestra, drawn from students. Young voices to watch out for, such as Charlotte Mobbs and Lucie Spickova, bouncing through a Haydn mass with the City of Canterbury Chamber Choir.

Geoff Brown                The Times

Whatever the intention, St Albans Choral Society’s concert turned out to be something of a gala night for young soprano Charlotte Mobbs. Even among a first-class line-up of soloists at the concert on Saturday at St Peter’s Church in St Albans, she shone in a programme that could have been devised for her. Charlotte opened the second half with a performance of the motet Exsultate, jubilate which held the audience spellbound. The final alleluia is one of the finest soprano pieces written by Mozart and the performance was a delight. As one member of the audience said: ‘It was worth paying the price of the ticket just to hear that.’

John Manning                                          Hertfordshire Advertiser