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"The frivolous Infanta could be Salome’s much less depraved sister. Kirsten Chambers, an accomplished Salome herself, was able to modulate a voice which suggests power to spare to perfectly embody Zemlinsky and Klaren’s headstrong, self-absorbed, strangely bloodless adolescent."
- Kevin Wells, Bachtrack
"The ice princess of Kirsten Chambers, who maintained her chilly demeanor, softened slightly with her vocal presentation as a young and foolish girl, quite without thought for others."
- Steven Ledbetter, Boston Musical Intelligencer
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