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The Metropolitan Opera / Cosi fan tutte

03 Nov 2010 / in Reviews

“The singers by and large did well, with Isabel Leonard as Dorabella, being the vocal standout. As a girl in love with love (much like the young page, Cherubino, a role she sang at the Met last season), she sang with melting mellow tone.” Arlene Klotzko, Concertonet, December 2010 “Leonard was a sexy, confident Dorabella […]

Los Angeles Philharmonic

03 Aug 2010 / in Reviews

“…there was a winsome guest artist, Isabel Leonard, whose acting gifts matched her lusciously light-voiced mezzo as she sang Falla’s Seven Popular Songs to stunning effect.” Donna Perlmutter, The Huffington Post, August 2010 “Isabel Leonard was his soloist on that occasion, and it was she who sang the “Seven Popular Songs” Thursday. A young mezzo-soprano […]

Salzburg Festival / Cosi fan tutte

26 Aug 2009 / in Reviews

“One would have to love Isabel Leonard, for the nuanced and soaring quality of her Mezzo voice.” Jürgen Otten, Frankfurter Rundschau , August 2009

Forth Worth Opera

03 Jun 2009 / in Reviews

“The production, at Bass Performance Hall, was planned around the young mezzo Isabel Leonard. Called Angelina in Rossini’s version, Leonard is the Cinderella of dreams, as fetching a poor stepsister as she is a fairy tale princess. She can string out the most delicate high pianissimo and then let loose vocal fireworks to take your […]

Metropolitan Opera / Don Giovanni

03 Sep 2008 / in Reviews

“Isabel Leonard inhabited the role of the impudent, innocent Zerlina as thoroughly as Mr. Schrott did the Don, and the chemistry between them was sizzling. Her singing was fresh, effervescent and lovely.” The New York Times, James Oestreich, September 2008