The Orchestra Now
Metropolitan Museum of Art
"Ms. Chambers’s bright lyric soprano lent fragile innocence to her portrayal of the desperate Woman."
- Anthony Tommasini, New York Times
"Ms. Chambers tackled this complex and difficult role with total commitment, spending the voice freely and rising up to some bright, sustained high notes. In the more conversational passages, she found appropriate word colours, and everything she sang had an intense quality that gave her singing a sense of urgency. I should like to hear her as Marie in WOZZECK and also as Cassandra in LES TROYENS."
- Oberon’s Grove
"Ms. Chambers, besides essaying the so taxing role, beautifully enunciated and phrased, gave totally of her hands, her body, her eyes. Her voice, utterly beautiful…gave the part the vulnerability so essential to the role. Plus, she gave, in other words, all the drama necessary for the piece to have its ultimate strength."
- Harry Rolnick, ConcertoNet.com