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Edlyn de Oliveira

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Edlyn de Oliveira reviews

'Tosca' takes the cakes
"Edlyn de Oliveira was a luminous Tosca. Her soprano is capable of both vulnerability (Vissi d'arte) and sweeping power (Ah, cessate il martir). Oliveira's voice, despite the dramatic soprano demands placed on it by this role, was never allowed to sound stressed. Her acting revealed a breadth of personality to Tosca that made her more sympathetic to the audience." Read More...
— Richard Davis, The Monitor (TX)Related Link
"As the Countess, Edlyn de Oliveira ... poured out a very big, opulent tone and sang a radiant 'Dove sono.'" [LE NOZZE DI FIGARO - Seattle Opera Young Artist Series]
— Seattle Times
"Edlyn de Oliveira, the opening night Countess of this double cast production, plays her [as] a bit of a spitfire, effectively setting off Sparks with Michael Todd Simpson's Count.... [At] the denouement ... de Oliveira sinks down to take his hands ... and delivers her two brief lines of pardon simply and movingly." [LE NOZZE DI FIGARO - Seattle Opera Young Artist Series]
— Seattle Weekly
Seattle Opera Role Is a Big Move for a Young Soprano
"The career of the young soprano, whose Brazilian parents are both opera singers, is gaining momentum, with prizes in competitions and major engagements with regional U.S. opera companies." Read More...
— By R. M. Campbell, Seattle Post-Intelligencer