Featured Reviews

 

 

In Le Nozze di Figaro

 

“This production also confirms that mezzo-soprano Ellen Graham can sing pants roles brilliantly, as she also did as Prince Orlofsky in the 2010 production of Die Fledermaus. Here, she is every bit the lovestruck teenage boy Cherubino, and with her gorgeous Act II rendition of Voi che sapete che cosa è amor to the countess, it’s a wonder this does not become a bit of an 18th century Cougar Town.” – Lexington Herald Leader

 

In Bach's Mass in B-minor

 

"One of the most stirring numbers was "Qui sedes," sung by mezzo-soprano Ellen Graham, whose florid passages were in perfect tandem with Christopher Philpotts on oboe d’amore. " - Cincinnati Enquirer

 

Featured Reviews

 

 

In Le Nozze di Figaro

 

“This production also confirms that mezzo-soprano Ellen Graham can sing pants roles brilliantly, as she also did as Prince Orlofsky in the 2010 production of Die Fledermaus. Here, she is every bit the lovestruck teenage boy Cherubino, and with her gorgeous Act II rendition of Voi che sapete che cosa è amor to the countess, it’s a wonder this does not become a bit of an 18th century Cougar Town.” – Lexington Herald Leader

 

In Bach's Mass in B-minor

 

"One of the most stirring numbers was "Qui sedes," sung by mezzo-soprano Ellen Graham, whose florid passages were in perfect tandem with Christopher Philpotts on oboe d’amore. " - Cincinnati Enquirer

 

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