Elizabeth Kluegel Soprano & Conductor Elizabeth Kluegel Soprano & Conductor


“Soprano Elizabeth Kluegel and mezzo soprano Karyn Friedman had an admirable blend of vocal tone color…”
Charles T. Downey, The Washington Post

“Soprano Elizabeth Kluegel finely acted the sympathetic scapegoat…She has a soft and lovely soprano with a wonderful twinkle in her eyes throughout her singing.”
Bob Anthony, Allartsreview4u

“Soprano Elizabeth Kluegel was perfect for the Kahn lieder…”
Stephen Neal Dennis, Allartsreview4u

“…the yearning soprano voice of Elizabeth Kluegel…”
Stephen Neal Dennis, Allartsreview4u

“…soprano Elizabeth Kluegel starred as Marie and did a standout job…she showed a remarkably supple coloratura instrument, capable of navigating Donizetti’s numerous high-note challenges without apparent strain”.
T.L. Ponick, The Washington Times

“Elizabeth Kluegel’s bright, slightly brassy voice fit Marie’s character and was outstanding…”
Mark J. Estren, The Washington Post

“…soprano Elizabeth Kluegel was excellent…”
Joan Reinthaler, The Washington Post

“Kluegel…lent poignancy to the Gawthrop.”
Cecelia Porter, The Washington Post

“Soprano Elizabeth Kluegel…superbly sang the young [lover]…”
Terri Corcoran, The Review (DC)

“Elizabeth Kluegel…competed also for a background award…for comic affect. In the end, Kluegel won, with small and consistent gestures from the very beginning.”
Jim Kates, The Keene Sentinel

“Kluegel was a spitfire of a lad [Oscar in Verdi's Un Ballo in Maschera] with sunny smile and swagger. Though brash and boyish, her silvery soprano’s upper range consistently rang over the top of the mostly male ensemble.”
Jeffrey Kaczmarozyk, The Grand Rapids Press

“Soprano Elizabeth Kluegel’s performance…showed her to have the brightest voice of any of the performers. Her brilliant and shimmering tone contrasted nicely…”
Kevin Gabriel, Sunday Telegram (CT)

In concert with Washington Metropolitan Philharmonic

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