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Lenconnect: Our favorite photos of 2019

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Leah Crocetto was home in Adrian performing at Siena Heights University Sept. 7.

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Socially distanced Tosca at Northern Lights Music Festival

Schmopera

"As Tosca, star soprano Leah Crocetto as Tosca was magnificent- the vocal line of this role shows off her impressive instrument. The difficulty of Tosca is her extreme jumping around the staff and her emotional characterization - typical of Puccini’s style. Even though I know the opera fairly well, her immediate and resonant access to the top of her range took me by surprise!"

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Verdi, Don Carlos

Opera News

...she soon made her mark, dispensing tonal sweetness or steel with equal control and making dramatic use of her plush low register. The soprano’s poetically phrased account of “Tu che le vanità” was a highlight of the performance.

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Verdi Requiem, Festival de Peralada

Platea Magazine

En el Auditorio del Castellse reunió el equipo vocal formado por la soprano norteamericana Leah Crocetto; junto a ella la ya bien conocida y prestigiosa mezzosporano Ekaterina Gubanova, de importante trayectoria internacional. Las dos voces, impecables ambas intérpretes, se alternan y se juntan en distintos pasajes del Requiem combinándose a la perfección sus voces en todo momento.

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Verdi, Aida

OperaChaser

Most remarkable, however, was the superbly refined vocal beauty and emotionally compelling performance by luminous soprano Leah Crocetto in the title role as the captured Ethiopian princess, Aida. In love with Radamès, in Crocetto, a sweet sense of purity and courage bonded on a voice in which the high notes were taken to elegantly sustained length, vocal shading impeccably realised and register shifts as smooth as butter. Crocetto, who alternates in the role with Alexandra Lobianco, easily garnered her audience’s sympathy, poignantly encapsulating the aguish Aida sings in “Qui Radamès verra .. O patria mia” (“Oh, my dear country!") and never seemed to tire until her last breath when, entombed, she expires in the arms of Radamès.

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Puccini, Turandot

Edward Sava-Segal - Bachtrack

As self-sacrificing Liù, the vibrant soprano Leah Croccetto rendered with ease and expressiveness the character’s vulnerability and determination, the pathos in Puccini melodic line.

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