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Carnegie Hall

American Symphony Orchestra

"Soprano Kirsten Chambers, who was engaged at the Met this year to cover Isolde and Salome, showed an example of quick and efficient work, as she had to learn the role in a few days to step in for the initially engaged soprano. Sung with her dramatic soprano voice, she conquered the feat, and both in her aria as in the duet with her husband she exhibited a solid technique, very correct production and a bright upper register."

- Pedro J. Lapeña Rey, La revista de Música

"Blonde, and clad in a bright red gown, {Chambers} unsparingly hurled herself into the demanding music of Maria, showing a voice of considerable thrust. Overall she managed well in a fiendish role, and saved the evening."

- Oberon's Grove

"Special commendation must go to Kirsten Chambers, who stepped in last minute to sing the demanding role of Maria in the Strauss."

- Brian Taylor, ZealNYC

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