“Soprano Laura Claycomb, wearing a different dress for each appearance, was the only soloist to attempt to capture the personal manner of the performers she was channeling in songs and arias by Délibes, Bellini, and Verdi; seductive with showy ritards for dancer Lola Montez (as Montez would do it if she sang, I guess), coy and charming for Adelina Patti, and slow and stately for Luisa Tetrazzini.”


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David Bratman, San Francisco Classical Voice