SHARON AZRIELI | SOPRANO
Nice article from BWW News Desk on the new album of our Soprano Falcon Sharon Azrieli
Nice article from BC Blogcritics on the new album of our Soprano Falcon Sharon Azrieli
Very nice review for our Soprano Falcon Sharon Azrieli following the Azrieli Awards Gala Concert
... "Dissidence" by Canadian composer Pierre Mercure in an arrangement by Jonathan Monro, which is also part of the Cantata pour une Joie de Mercure (1955), was sung by Sharon Azrieli, with a charming and fluid color, without pretension but focused and convincing.
John Sobel, blogcritics, October 22, 2020
“Among the highly credible supporting nuns was Montrealer Sharon Azrieli as the vivacious Sister Dolcina." Arthur Kaptainis - THE MONTREAL GAZETTE “Amid lively casts the Canadian soprano Sharon Azrieli, as the heroine of Le Docteur Miracle, was a mistress of merry inflections, piquant phrasing, and pointed words. "Andrew Porter - THE NEW YORKER" Outstanding was Sharon Azrieli, who sang Rachel in La Juive with an exceedingly beautiful voice, full of feeling. "Noam Ben-Zeev –HA'ARETZ (Israel)
"Having heard her in Mozart last September, I found that the shift into romantic high gear becomes Azrieli. Her engagingly clear and vibrant voice matched the sentiments -and sentimentality- of the Tchaikovsky songs. Azrieli sang in Russian and rendered the songs with a vocal exuberance [...] "
THE MONTREAL GAZETTE
"Sharon Azrieli's Susanna managed to be wily yet candid, flirtatious, practical and utterly charming. And her bell-like soprano is always exquisitely in tune […]" Florence Fisher - SARASOTA HERALD-TRIBUNE
"Susanna, one of the longest roles in opera, was the delightful Sharon Azrieli. Pert and pretty, she has a lovely warm voice that easily floated over the orchestra. Her rock-solid technique enabled her in the fourth act, after a long evening , to still sing an ethereal and enchanting 'Dehvieni non tardar' ". Kenneth Blount - OUR TOWN (New York)
"Soprano Sharon Azrieli […] has a focused, buttery voice blessed with a radiant high end […]" Kurt Loft - THE TAMPA TRIBUNE
"Soprano Sharon Azrieli soared sweetly or quaked with fear and wrath on cue […]" Richard S. Ginell - THE LOS ANGELES TIMES
"Her low profile is a paradox, for her voice was big and lustrous, and her way with Tchaikovsky's melodies was compelling. […] Azrieli's Russian diction […] sounded spot-on, and her stage behavior was naturally expressive. […] A real, operatic soprano […] ”Richard S. Ginell - THE LOS ANGELES TIMES