“By contrast is Crocetto’s beautiful and innocent Desdemona. In scenes both intimate and small, and expansive and tragic, she captures the stage and your heart. There are two moments in particular which standout, showcasing Crocetto’s great range. The first is the Act One scene with Otello, where he and Desdemona recall how they fell and love. While in Act Four we see a different emotional spectrum as Desdemona confronts her fate.”

Broadway World

“For the willow song and the “Ave Maria”, the soprano spun out seamless phrases while ensuring that each word registered.”

Opera News