“Soprano Laura Claycomb sparkles in the role of Queen of Sjemakha. When she comes in, she lifts the whole opera a couple of notches, and from there it goes only upward. Her vocal performances are in a class by itself. The highest notes she sings without visible effort, and to a somewhat well retained pianissimo, but the sound of her works superbly with the orchestra.” (translated)
By Judith Dybendal | March 4, 2014
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