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"...her exquisitely turned ‘Se Pieta di me non senti’ brought
down the house. The soprano has a clear, compact,
well-focused voice with a supple, controlled vibrato,
all qualities well suited to the florid Handel style.”"

(The New York Times)


video samples

Make Our Garden Grow (Bernstein)
Final chorus from Leonard Bernstein's opera Candide as part of the 60th Anniversary Hillman Opera Concert Celebration on Oct. 20th, 2017.

"Mad Scene" cadenza from Lucia di Lammermoor (Donizetti)
Granite State Opera, 2007

"Rejoice Greatly" from Messiah (Händel)
Performed December 10, 2006, St. Joseph Cathedral, Wheeling, WV

audio samples

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"Liebst du um Schönheit" (Mahler)

"Écoute moi fontaine vive" from Chansons de Ronsard (Milhaud)

"Adele's Audition Aria" from Die Fledermaus (J. Strauss, Jr.)
"Will there really be a morning?" (Hundley)
"Ruhe sanft" from Zaïde (Mozart)
"Bell Song" from Lakmé (Delibes)

"Bell Song" with Irish National Concert Orchestra, conducted by Proinnsias O'Duinn, August 21, 1997. All other pieces accompanied by Brian Moll, piano, recorded September 10, 2004 at Cal State, Fullerton.

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