As Die Königin der Nacht in Mozart's Die Zauberflöte (Theater Hagen):
"Appearing as the Queen of the Night, Amy Lawrence sang with lush lyricism and crystal-clear coloratura: it was a wonderful performance." WOCHENKUND HAGEN
"Appearing as the Queen of the Night, was young American singer Amy Lawrence…she handled all of the Queen's noble music in the second act with magnificent bravura." (Norwegian National Opera, Oslo)
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Susanna in "The Marriage of Figaro"
Soloist in Orff's Carmina Burana: (Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra)
"As the secular cantata entered 'The Court of Love,' soprano Amy Lawrence sparkled. Her lovely voice was smooth and crystalline at the top, rich and deeply passionate in its lower register. She handled the startling high notes in the brief 'Dulcissime,' preceding the big choral finale, with bell-like vibrancy." THE TIMES-PICAYUNE
Soloist in Bernstein's Kaddish Symphony: (Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra)
"As the soprano soloist, Lawrence's voice was warm and mellifluous, capturing the spirit and beauty of the prayer while maintaining crystal tones throughout, especially in her elegant blend with the orchestra and women's chorus in the secondsetting of the Kaddish." THE TIMES-PICAYUNE
Soloist in Andrew Lloyd Webber's Requiem (Bergen Symphony, Norway):
"Amy Lawrence interpreted the soprano part with a vibrant authority which filled the powerful texts in a very truthful way. Her sound was simultaneously soft and delicate, and this blend of strength and beauty gave the interpretation an enduringenergy that was most memorable."
As Constanze in Mozart's Die Entführung aus dem Serail (Opera Memphis)
"As Constanze, Amy Lawrence demonstrated a respectable command of Mozart, particularly with her smart phrasing and dynamics. She easily made the second act her own, with the melancholy 'Tortures May Await Me' followed by fast, flexiblecoloratura work with high notes nailed every time."
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As Madame Herz in Mozart's Der Schauspieldirektor (Theater Basel)
"The struggle between Tognina Silberklang (Sonia Theodoridou) and Lucrezia Cuore (Amy Lawrence) for the place of the 'diva' was adorably comical and terrifically sung.
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