Acclaim Crocetto full of surprises at Croswell

Through it all, of course, there was Crocetto’s marvelous voice, which is rock-solid throughout her register (including a lower register which is rich and full and goes down to some notes you’d not expect from a lot of sopranos) and just so very expressive, with pacing and phrasing that are consistently right on point.

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Feature Crocetto looking forward to ‘Tribute to the Women of Broadway’

Soprano Leah Crocetto, an Adrian native who has won international acclaim in the opera world and as a recitalist and concert performer, returns to her hometown this weekend for a salute to some of Broadway's greatest female performers, characters and composers.

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Il Trovatore in Seattle

Seattle Times

The four major roles in “Il Trovatore” are arduous and demanding, with familiar arias that provide a real proving ground for singers. On Saturday, the opening-night audience heard the resplendent soprano Leah Crocetto (last heard here in the title role of “Aida“) as Leonora, offering some thrilling high notes and a performance that combined power and easy facility.

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Voce di Meche: Carnegie Hall debut

Ellen Godfrey, Voce di Meche

On Thursday, lyric spinto soprano Leah Crocetto made her Carnegie Hall Debut with a carefully chosen selection of classical art songs and cross-over jazz and blues songs. She performed in the intimate Weill Concert Hall, a perfect setting for her prodigious voice and her innate ability to communicate each song personally.

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Operawire: Leah Crocetto In Recital Soprano Shows Her Wealth of Sound in Debut Performance

Logan Martell, Operawire

Crocetto’s velvety crooning seemed perfectly at home with the rhythm of Markham’s accompaniment, whether she was expressing relaxed longing or soulful ornamentations. This number also showcased Crocetto’s luxurious lower register, which came as a highly-alluring contrast to the vocal heights scaled by this soprano throughout the night.

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Interview: Soprano Leah Crocetto to perform a recital at Williams Center in Easton

Steve Siegel

Young American Soprano Leah Crocetto has been enthralling critics and audiences with leading roles in “Turandot,” “Tosca,” “Il Trovatore” and more ever since her Metropolitan Opera debut in 2015. Praised by The New York Times for her “agile coloratura technique and a feeling for the Italianate style … with warmth, full penetrating sound and tenderness,” Crocetto astonishes with her powerful vocal splendor and an intrinsic understanding of the poetic meaning behind each dramatic role she tackles.

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