“The opera studio member Iain MacNeil impressively mastered his role as a fierce violinist Tadeusz.” (Eindrücklich bewältigte auch das Opernstudio-Mitglied Iain MacNeil seine Rolle als kämpferischer Geiger Tadeusz.) – Frankfurter Neue Presse, Die Passagierin

“…Iain MacNeil with an edgy baritone makes an impressive role debut and designed the Tadeusz as a proud resistance fighter and angry young man…The Frankfurt Opera could have found no one better for this game.” (…Iain MacNeil mit kernigem Bariton ein beeindruckendes Rollendebüt hinlegt und den Tadeusz als stolzen Widerstandskämpfer und zornigen jungen Mann gestaltet, muss man sagen: Die Oper Frankfurt hätte niemand Besseren für diese Partie finden können.) – Der Opernfreund, Die Passagierin

“MacNeil’s blend of subtle machismo and an almost palpable self-assuredness made his Don Giovanni the kind of person every father warns their daughters about.” – The Star Phoenix, Don Giovanni

“He had the vocal power to make me feel I was in the presence of a master…His is a voice so sure of itself you can trust it to do exactly what it is supposed to do and quite convincingly.” – Calgary Herald, The Rape of Lucretia

“Iain MacNeil is a singer to be reckoned with.” – Musical Toronto, Songs of Travel

“Iain MacNeil (Le Dancaïre)…excellent and often very funny.” – Opera Ramblings, Carmen

“In rehearsal with the COC Ensemble Studio.” – Schmopera, The Marriage of Figaro

“In the title role, Iain MacNeil had a clear, piercing sound with lots of personality.” – Schmopera, The Marriage of Figaro

“Questions for Iain MacNeil: Guth’s Figaro.” – Barczablog, The Marriage of Figaro

“Remarkable, a totally convincing performance.” – La Scena Musicale, The Barber of Seville

“In rehearsal with the COC Ensemble Studio.” – Schmopera, The Barber of Seville

“A very solid and tuneful debut.” – Barczablog, Madama Butterfly

“MacNeil doesn’t miss a beat, and that, as they say, is performance.” -Chronicle Herald, Sweeney Todd