Adele in Die Fledermaus – Dallas Opera

Article title: Soprano makes dazzling debut in ‘Die Fledermaus’

“Viennese high society, circa 1870, was partying on the Music Hall stage Friday night. But the scene was stolen, again and again, by a mere chambermaid. Actually, “mere” hardly does justice to soprano Ava Pine, who as Adele in Die Fledermaus makes her dazzling major-role debut with the Dallas Opera. […]

Yes, this is the same Ava Pine we’ve heard prettily piping baroque numbers with the Orpheus Chamber Singers and Dallas Bach Society. But she’s emerged from a Dallas Opera apprenticeship with a voice greatly empowered and enriched, yet still radiantly beautiful and nimble. She can sparkle through coloratura, but also radiate lower-register warmth. And she’s no less dazzling an actress, dancing, flirting and pretty much tying everyone around her little finger.”
-Dallas Morning News, Scott Cantrell – December 2008

“Pine is a home-grown Texas treasure. She was the Dallas Opera’s first young artist in residence…  As the comely chambermaid Adele, Pine has the opera’s big moment in Act II with the “Laughing Song.” Singing opera requires the endurance of an athlete, the performance skills of an Academy award-winning actor and the musical technique of a maestro. In spite of the sinus infection, Pine pulled it together, and an appreciative audience embraced her for it.”
-Sulphur Springs News-Telegram, Terry Matthews – December 2008

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Josephine in HMS Pinafore – Kansas City Lyric Opera

“Ava Pine sang Josephine with a sweet, silvery soprano that was pleasing to the ear … In ensembles she soared deliciously above the rest of the texture, and her big Act 2 aria was suitably “operatic.””
-KC Independent, Paul Horsley – November 2009 uk slots online

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