In Review: Mithra Mastropierro in The Dallas Opera's "Norma"
"Norma is not just a big trio. There are two minor roles that are just as important to the action. TDO used two singers, worthy of the excellence of this cast. The two are companions, one for Pollione and the other for Norma. Clotilde is sung by soprano Mithra Mastropierro and Flavio portrayed by tenor Charles Karanja." -Theater Jones
"soprano Mithra Mastropierro as Norma’s friend Clothilde . . . provided valuable vocal support for van den Heever’s Norma." -TexasClassicalReview.com
"Ably rounding out the cast was Charles Karanja as the friend of Pollione and Mithra Mastropierro as Clotide, Norma’s confidante." -Dallas Observer Read full review. "The opera’s two comprimario artists were both convincing in small roles that advance the plot. American soprano Mithra Mastropierro was Clotilde, the guardian of Norma’s children." -Opera Warhorses Read full review.