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Otello at the Washington National Opera

DC Theatre Scene

"The soprano Leah Crocetto negotiated these shifts with admirable facility and shone most brilliantly in the wrenching Act III scene with Otello where the full power of her clarion upper register reflected her increasing desperation and her impassioned but ultimately futile declarations of innocence [...] Crocetto’s stunning “Ave Maria” in Act IV (ably supported with responsive playing from the WNO Orchestra string section) was a masterclass in subtlety and control and proved to be a true showstopper—the only moment in Saturday’s performance when the continuous flow of Verdi’s music was interrupted by audience applause."

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Siena Heights University benefit concert a chance for Leah Crocetto to give back

Lenconnect

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Mahler’s Symphony No. 8 at Ravinia Festival

Hedy Weiss - WTTW

...the rich theatricality of the 100-minute Eighth was captured by the clarion voices of sopranos Angela Meade and Leah Crocetto.

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Mahler’s Symphony No. 8

ConcertoNet

Soprano Leah Corcetto has a powerful instrument that complimented Wilson’s extremely well and made for some thrilling moments.

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Music & Weights #6 ft. Leah Crocetto

Music & Weights

We rapped with Leah on carving your own path, doing something besides graduate school en route to being a successful opera singer, and what she thinks is important on stage.

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Verdi Requiem in Melbourne

The Sydney Morning Herald

American soprano Leah Crocetto proved a particular standout, displaying extraordinary clarity and control across her richly coloured range.

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