In Review: Biller and Griffin in Florentine Opera's "Le nozze di Figaro"
"As Figaro, bass-baritone Calvin Griffin delivered a performance that could have been on any opera stage in the world. He sang with a sturdy and even sound from the top to the bottom of his voice and brought colorful diction and easy freedom to the part. . . Susannah Biller has a thick, regal sound well-suited to Countess Almaviva; her third act aria of romantic neglect, “Dove sono,” showed beautiful, legato singing."
"“Susannah Biller combines a pure, ringing sound with some serious agility, while creating a believable Countess Almaviva.” - Elaine Schmidt JSOnline