In Review: Zetlan and Jeremiah impress in On Site Opera's "Morning Star"
"Jennifer Zetlan brought her blazing soprano to the role of Fanny; she gave a particularly moving rendition of her monologue “If I am not allowed to sing,” turning from frustration into resignation as her marriage to Irving destroys her dream of a performing career. . . As Aaron Greenspan, the family friend who becomes engaged to Becky in the opera’s final moments, Joshua Jeremiah exudes personal warmth, and brings a brawny, dusky baritone to the role."
-New York Classical Review
"Fanny (sweet voiced Jennifer Zetlan). . . Joshua Jeremiah used his keen dramatic instincts to create a believable character. His powerful baritone matched well with Ms. Pulley's soprano. We particularly liked a song he sang in Yiddish which was mostly understood by this German-speaking reviewer. He was reminiscing about what he missed about Riga."
-Voce Di Meche
Read full review. "The youngest daughter, Fanny (soprano Jennifer Zetlan melted hearts singing dreamily of the Morning Star). . . Aaron Greenspan (affably portrayed by rich-voiced baritone Joshua Jeremiah)" -Seen and Heard International