Amanda Pitt has proved her versatility in a wide variety of musical styles and genres:
'Sea Pictures is given in Elgar's piano version in the original high keys, which Pitt manages splendidly, while Norris's rhythms have a notable crispness.' (Paul Driver, review of Avie Elgar CD, The Sunday Times, 3 June 2007)
'Gentle pleasures, decent measures and plenty of material new to the catalogue... Not surprisingly, given the calibre of the artists involved, performances are consistently sympathetic, soprano Amanda Pitt and mezzo Joanne Thomas blending especially well. David Owen Norris's accompaniments are past praise in their scrupulous sensitivity. Clean and true sound, too.' (Andrew Achenbach, review of Quilter CD, The Gramophone, January 2006)
'..Schumann's rapturous portrait of a woman's marriage, the cycle Frauenliebe und Leben. Pitt put this across with simplicity and conviction, her husky vibrato a natural throb of passion.' (Paul Driver, The Sunday Times, 16 January 2005)
'Amanda Pitt and David Owen Norris were out of this world.' (Roderic Dunnett review of their Elgar Recital at the 2007 Three Choirs Festival)
Cilia in The Taming of the Shrew by Martin Y Soler for Bampton Classical Opera - 'One of the company's most valuable assets is Amanda Pitt...: it was she... who brought out the fun and fizz in this amazingly swift-moving, clever production.'
'Amanda Pitt (Alice Ford) has a comic twinkle, loads of personality and tangible pathos. Salieri’s superb librettist, Defranceschi, drops in a scene (for their Viennese audience) where she bamboozles Falstaff in German disguise, singing in earthy pidgin-Deutsch. Pitt did it hilariously.' (Opera Now, November 2003, Roderic Dunnett)