Wolverton hailed for her "lustrous" voice in Santa Barbara "Eugene Onegin"

"As Tatiana, soprano Karin Wolverton sang with a lustrous, meaty voice. Her dynamics were wide ranging and her phrasing had a pleasant linear flow. Although her Act I Letter Scene was intense and boiled with frenetic emotion, at the opera's finale, she was cool and in total command of herself when she told Onegin she was not going to leave her husband."

-Broadway World

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