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Alyson Cambridge

  • Soprano


Alyson Cambridge Critical Acclaim

“…Susanna was played by the stunning Alyson Cambridge [who] proved a natural comedienne with an abundant supply of glances, gestures and expressions that conveyed Susanna's cleverness. No doubt a Countess in the making, Cambridge's rich soprano is destined for more than soubrette repertoire.” Stephanie Adrian, Opera News, July 2008 “Alyson, you is my woman… Throughout the evening, her enormous voice soared effortlessly above the Omaha Symphony — hey, this vocalist is accustomed to filling the cavernous Met and performing with the mighty Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, so what do you expect? Yet her singing offered more than just power and polish. She sang "Summertime" with remarkable transparency, with a vibrato that shimmered like sunlight on water. Moreover, there was palpable emotion in her rendition of "My Man's Gone Now," an aching pain that included an audible, anguished "huff" when her lowest notes hit the bottom of her diaphragm.” John Pitcher, Omaha World Herald, March 1, 2008 “Although soprano Alyson Cambridge was the least seen and heard of the soloists, the mix of brightness and warmth in her pure tone was always welcome. Her singing also had the greatest reach among the soloists, easily making balcony ears ring.” John Wirt, The Advocate Luisiana, March 31 2007