"Where the production excelled vocally was in its veterans. Victoria Livengood, the American mezzo, was fabulous as the old nurse" -The Washington Post

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"Victoria Livengood as Old Lady, a put-upon woman of the world who nudges Cunegonde and Candide through their foibles with risible wisdom. Both actors serve as oracle characters, offering a candid and realistic view of the nature of the world with perfectly performed c...


"Audrey Babcock was on the same level as Magda’s nemesis, the Secretary–the consul gatekeeper whose mindless subservience to rules, forms and appointments keeps the desperate emigrants waiting forever for their visas. With crystal-clear diction and an ample mezzo voice...


"There are similarly remarkable performances from Audrey Babcock as the complicit, dutiful, sensitive consular Secretary. . . Victoria Livengood, whose flexible mezzo-soprano managed a remarkably deep register for the distraught Mother"

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"Opera Omaha assembled a stellar cast — 10 people of uniform excellence. In addition to Tamagna, a couple of others made a big impression: . . . Victoria Livengood, who was the best comedian of the bunch." -Omaha World-Herald

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"Victoria Livengood was a thoroughly chilling Kabanicha, a master of psychological manipulation who used her dusky low notes to embody the cold-as-dry-ice matriarch."

-Seattle Times

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"North Carolina Mezzo-soprano Victoria Livengood gave a bravura perfor...


"Victoria Livengood was terrific as Eunice, expanding the role with a great voice."
-Honolulu Star-Adviser

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Congratulations to ADA Artists Susanne Mentzer, mezzo and Joseph Mechavich, conductor for their participation in the Florentine Opera recording of "Wuthering Heights" and to Victoria Livengood, mezzo and Scott Scully, tenor for their participation in Los Angeles Opera'...


"Strong representation from the West this year includes Los Angeles Opera’s recording of John Corigliano’s wonderful Figaro fantasy, “The Ghosts of Versailles,” . . . L.A. Opera’s “Ghosts” also captured a nomination for engineered recording"

-LA Times

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"From her Mama Rose-style entrance up the aisle, Victoria Livengood imbued Mme. Flora with her wonted theatrical energy. Her barrelhouse contralto suits the role's scary moments; but, admirably, she brought legato-based soft tone to quieter passages, furnishing welcome...

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