What the discerning critics are saying…

Every time I work with Elena the experience has been inspiring. She blends the skills and talents of an outstanding, experienced musician with the instincts of an actor to reveal her soul on stage whenever she performs. Michael Kamtman, stage director


I have never heard “The Hills Are Alive” sung more beautifully or with more poignancy. It brought tears to my eyes, and that is not a song that would get to me. Looking around at the audience, you could see the emotion on all their faces. What a truly moving, and memorable performance. I’ll never forget it. Stephanie Cordick, Executive Director of Eastern Music Festival


Cute as the dickens on stage! Elizabeth Bice, American Institute of Musical Studies


Elena DeAngelis (Papagena) effectively flirted and played off of Papageno’s (Tyler Duncan) shenanigans; the two made a charming bird-couple. Tim Lindeman, Classical Voice of North Carolina review Mozart’s Fantastical Magic Flute


Elena DeAngelis’s bright and accurate soprano was welcome in the role of the peasant girl Giannetta. William Thomas Walker, Classical Voice of North Carolina review Greensboro Opera Company’s Vibrant Performance of Donizetti’s L’Elisir d’Amore


…but she and her Gretel, Elena DeAngelis—another very fine singer—were a suitably playful pair, great fun both to hear and to watch.  – See more at: http://reharmonized.an-earful.com/2007/02/hansel-gretel/#sthash.UnjSs6n3.dpuf