Among unfailingly excellent performances, a few stood out…soprano Pamela Stein’s rich dramatics in George Crumb’s “Night Music I

-Matthew Guerrieri, The Boston Globe, June 23rd, 2009

She has great beauty of tone, good pitch…she values interesting singing. She’s not one of those cut-and-dried, only-going-to-sing-three-roles kind of persons. She has great virtuosity.

-Phyllis Bryn-Julson, contemporary music soprano, Professor of voice, Peabody Conservatory

She has an innate ability for understanding the composers’ thoughts. I am amazed at the depth of her understanding.

-Sharon Sweet, Metropolitan Opera soprano, Associate Professor of Voice, Westminster Choir College, 2004

Soprano Pamela Stein brought musical and dramatic power to her portrayal of the title character.

-Robert Butts, composer The Tell-Tale Heart

An intense presence on stage.

-Lisa Sylvester, pianist, coach, Operaworks 2007

A very passionate, engaging singer…Pamela gives 150 percent.

-Tracey Longerbeam-Kearny, Operafestival di Roma 2006

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