November 27, 2016 –  ” Sticking to Haydn the concert continued with Soprano Miriam Cauchi giving a full-blooded rendering of the Scena di Berenice later adapting herself very smoothly to the the idiom and style in Joseph Vella’s haunting and deeply felt Il-Kebbies tal-Fanali” (Yunge Philharmonie Wien’s Concert at the Manoel Theatre) Albert Storace, The Times of Malta

November 15, 2015” What helped immensley were the voices, ever so important, but not only that- all the members of the cast acted out their parts very well too. Without exception .. beginning with soprano Miriam Cauchi as a very loveable Mimi, gathering momentum in vocal prowess.She has indeed come a very long way from her debut at the Astra Theatre as Oscar in Verdi’s Un Ballo In Maschera (2002)” Albert Storace, The Sunday Times Of Malta Escape 

June 24th, 2015 – “This lady is one of our leading singers, possessing a beautiful clear and expressive voice which she uses expertly and to the best advantage” (Concert Launch of Riflessi – Art songs from Malta at the Manoel Theatre) Albert Storace, The Times of Malta

June 17, 2015 ” Vella is  no newcomer to writing art songs and listening to soprano Miriam Cauchi’s interpretation of this cycle’s premiere was a touching and revealing experience. Her masterly way of expressing each nuance was admirable. Technical difficulties there were many, yet they were surmounted since this cycle was expressly written for her.” (Dust on the path Op. 138 – Victoria International Arts Festival) Albert Storace, Times Of Malta

December 12, 2012 – ” The orchestra than accompanied soprano Miriam Cauchi in Alban Berg’s Seven Eary Songs…They are demanding for both singer and orchestra, in that the complicated harmonies supporting elaborate melodies call for a high degree of musicianship for their execution. In spite of these challanges, they were beautifully sung by Cauchi, with superb support from the conductor (Eric Hull) and orchestra” John Anthony Fsadni, Times of Malta

October 30, 2012“Contrasted to Turnadot (Maria Guleghina) is Liù, another soprano role (Miriam Cauchi)… Hers is a lyrical role, generally accompanied by light orchestration that is gentle and flowing. Miriam Cauchi in this role was in excellent form displaying a fine melodic legato vocal line.” Cecilia Xuereb, The Malta Independent

October 17, 2012“The beauty of character and tenderness of Liù (soprano Miriam Cauchi on best of forms) too lent a most touching aura: loyal, steadfast, loving and ready to lose her life for Calaf.” Albert Storace, The Times of Malta

January, 2011 “Iniziando dalla titolare Miriam Cauchi, soprano lirico di bello spessore vocale e di grande intensita, che ha tracciato una palpitante Violetta” Adrea Merli Jesse, Opera Actual

April 20, 2011” Soprano Miriam Cauchi was on the best of form, hers being the first vocal contribution to the concert when she sang the Ave Maria from Verdi’s Otello. This was a heartfelt interpretation, the voice crystal clear and soaring easily and without effort underlied by the delicate playing of the strings. This created the rightly fervid and intensely devotianl aspects of the prayer. In another Ave Maria, the much earlier one by Caccini (arr. Christopher Muscat), the maintained the same feeling although the context is a different one to the Verdi, Just beautiful, bless her! The singer was equally well-equipped technically and musially, for the Jenkins Gloria – I’ll make music which was proof of the ease the singer changes idiom and produces equally convincing results” Albert Storace, The Times of Malta

November, 2010 “Miriam Cauchi (who has nothing to do with Miriam Gauci) was a fragile Violetta, who mastered the first act with some heart palpitations. She was vocally and dramatically convincing, especially when portraying a heartbreaking final scene.” Eva Pleus, der Merker

July 14, 2002“…a memorable recital” “Very clear high notes…a wide range of colour and sensitive phrasing marked the soprano’s singing of the piece (from Donizetti’s Anna Bolena) a real tour de force.” The Sunday Times of Malta

July 02, 2002“Miriam Cauchi continues to confirm the excellent press received lately with another superbly tuned performance in the role of Anna, a particularly difficult character to bring off”. The Times of Malta

March 11, 1998“… As the loveable coquette Adina, she was one of the main pillars of the production. Her sense of certainty and command of the part was supported by a soundly prepared and carefully matured voice did it all…” The Times of Malta

October 26, 1997 “… the star of the evening was soprano Miriam Cauchi. Her voice has a bell-like clarity in all its range. It is smooth and mellow. Her leaps effortless and without any sign of ungainly accent. Her handling of the coloratura was light and sensitive and very well controlled and even her pianissimo, I gather, was perfectly audible…” The Sunday Times of Malta