“But the stars of the night were as usual the singers, soprano JAMIE-ROSE GUARRINE . . . They were thrown into a delightful mix and match of excerpts from the upcoming indoor season with a sprinkling of audience favorites and a couple of rarities. . . our appetite for Beethoven’s Fidelio was whetted by a delightful duet from Guarrine and Panikkar. The first half concluded with a pair of duets, the ladies in Mozart’s La Clemenza di Tito (not just melt-your-heart gorgeous, but persuasive enough to make one listener go back to an opera unjustly overlooked). . . ” -Madison Magazine
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