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F E A T U R E D R E V I E W S
"The soprano Brandie Sutton brings a radiant, agile voice and tender, expressive touches to Rautendelein-- a ravishing performance."
~The New York Times
"From her first offstage entrance, it was clear that the audience was in for a treat. In fact, her delayed appearance built suspense effectively, as the audience waited to put a face to the voice."
“...the star of the night was soprano Brandie Sutton as the fairy Rautendelein, scampering about, mixing potions, and gazing at the human world, all while hitting some of Respighi's stratospheric notes with playful ease... her scenes were so sweetly charming, and sung so confidently, with riveting quiet moments.”
~New York Classical Review
“Brandie Sutton was the highlight of the evening, her light soprano charming and delicate in Rautendelein's fluid vocalises.”
~The Wall Street Journal
E V E N T S
S E P
Equal Justice Initiative 30th Anniversary Annual Dinner
Marriot Marquis Times Square
New York, NY
S E P
Il Trovatore Excerpts and Other Grand Masterpieces
The Washington Opera Society
N E W S
Finally performing Samuel Barber's Knoxville: Summer of 1915 with internationally acclaimed conductor Roderick Cox; Richmond Symphony Orchestra debut!
Opera Maine and Opera Birmingham debuts 2019, plus a return to Seattle Opera in Spring 2020!