"His voice is unusually flexible for a sonorous bass. He can act and move and he looks marvellous."
Review of Winterbourne Opera's production of Faust at The Chapel, Salisbury by Gay Pirrie-Weir: July 2015
"As soon as Colin Brockie began [...] the crystal clarity of his diction, his firm control of dynamics [...] and the amazingly wide range of his voice, we knew that we were in for a truly special performance."
Review of SOUND recital at Cults Parish Church by Alan Cooper; Novemeber 2013
"...his strong resonant voice filled the castle's drawing room"
Review of Glamis Castle Musicale Evening by Garry Fraser; November 2013
"His youthful appearance belied an incredibly mature and rich voice"
Review of Nidderdale Come and Sing Messiah by Jill Heyes; November 2012
"Aberdeen’s own Colin Brockie [...] delivered a knockout emotional blow with his supersensitive singing "
Review of Eternal Light with the University of Aberdeen Symphony Orchestra and Choral Society by Alan Cooper; March 2012
"A voice of amazing maturity"
Review of St John Passion with the Langcliffe Singers as seen in the Craven Herald; April 2011
"...crucially in a work such as this where the comedy relies on a perfectly clean and clear delivery of the text, I found that not a single word was lost."
Cowdray Hall Lunchtime Concert: The Telephone by Menotti, Alan Cooper; April 2008