Bernadette Robinson's one-woman shows "You Might As Well Live", "Calling All Angels" and "Patsy Cline: Her Songs, Her Story" have had sell-out seasons in venues around Australia . The Australian Financial Review commented that her voice"…touches emotional chords with a delicacy and strength only a true artist can accomplish." Top rating Melbourne radio personality Ernie Sigley recently introduced her on his programme as "one of Australia's greatest talents".
In addition to her one woman shows, Bernadette has sung in English, Spanish, Japanese, Mandarin, Cantonese, Hindi and French at events across Australia and in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Toronto, Tokyo, Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Macau, Buenos Aires, Singapore and Paris. The Sydney Morning Herald hailed one of her performances, hosted by Qantas in Beijing, as "a diplomatic triumph: Robinson walked into the room and began to sing. Wow. This woman was liquid silver. It is difficult to describe her. Torch singer … cabaret artist … muse … Edith Piaf … When she launched into Mandarin, with, I was told, perfect intonation, you could see the Chinese officials change. They glowed. What had started as an exercise in protocol turned into an Event.