Velasco impresses with her "assured grace and exquisite style" in Opera Santa Barbara &quo

"Cassandra Zoé Velasco was a charming Rosina whose singing was flexible. In "Una voce poco fa" ("A voice just now") her tones soared up and plunged down her wide, beautifully colored vocal range. Writers often remark that Mexico sends us wonderful tenors and baritones but rarely women singers. Velasco is a lovely mezzo-soprano exception who sings and acts with assured grace and exquisite style. Her decorated lines showed her command of this role. She sang her difficult "Lesson Scene" as gracefully as though it was a simple folk song." - Broadway World

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