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Evelyn | Fire Shut Up in my Bones
The Metropolitan Opera

 

“Brittany Renee as Evelyn offered an uplifting lightness, a lovely, crystalline soprano that was all youthful excitement, more from her please!" - (Gabrielle Ferrari, Parterre Box

 

"...masterfully oozed vocal and physical sensuality." - (David Salazar, OperaWire)

Micaela | Carmen
Opera Orlando

 

"Brittany Renee's plush soprano blooms thrillingly on top, especially in her rendition of "Je dis que rien ne m'epouvante," which demonstrates strength rather than fragility." (Opera News, Joanne Lessner)

Countess | Le Nozze di Figaro
Opera Orlando

 

“nicely captures the Countess’s sadness, poignant among the frivolity and conveyed with regal sorrow by the excellent Brittany Renee.”  (Orlando Sentinel, Matthew J. Palm)

Madame Herz | Impresario
Knoxville Opera

 

"...a gorgeous take on her respective holdover Mozart arias." (ArtsKnoxville)

Constanza | Star Trek: Abduction from the Seraglio
Opera Orlando

“...has the spark of Lt. Uhura and fills the role with gusto.” (Orlando Sentinel, Matthew J. Palm)

Musetta | La Boheme
Florida Grand Opera

 

“As the beautiful Musetta, Brittany Renee Robinson gave an assured performance that communicated desirability and jealousy without the stock, over-the-top diva gestures that so often accompany this role. In Musetta’s Waltz she caressed an embarrassed waiter and sang in luminous tones about her own gorgeousness."  (South Florida Classical Review)

"Brittany Renee Robinson steals the stage with her saucy "companion" in the beguiling "Musetta’s Waltz" but who is convincingly altruistic in the final act."  (Florida Theater on stage.com)

 

"The attractive Robinson styles the risque Musetta’s Waltz, with a sexy soprano vibe and rich tonality that remained seductive with going over the top."  (Miamiartzine)

Zerlina | Don Giovanni
Florida Grand Opera

 

“Paired with the lush voice of Brittany Robinson as Zerlina, the only woman who appears able to match wits with the Don, Brittany Robinson was a standout throughout, especially her Batti, batti o bel Masetto, highlighted by her long-held high notes.”  (South Florida Classical Review)

 

“With her beautiful voice and sexiness Brittany Robinson understands the power of femininity and it is easy to believe.” (ConcertoNet.com)