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Interview & Opera Moderne's production of George Crumb's "Ancient Voices of Children"

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Mezzo-Soprano Soloist, Crumb’s “Ancient Voices of Children”, Opera Moderne

– The New York Times

“George Crumb’s gorgeous “Ancient Voices of Children,” … was the concert’s highlight. … The work’s mezzo-soprano (here the focused, elaborately made up Suzanne Chadwick) moves from keening vocalise to ghostly lyricism.”

Mezzo-Soprano Soloist, Crumb’s “Ancient Voices of Children”, Opera Moderne


“The somewhat non-dramatic first half of the program was compensated for by a gorgeous performance of George Crumb’s Ancient Voices of Children, featuring mezzo-soprano Suzanne Chadwick and an ensemble conducted by Carmine Aufiero.  Performing barefoot and in a stylized primitive garb, Chadwick’s technique appeared to be made of nothing but musicianship, with meaning behind each eerie vocalise and declamation.”

Mezzo-Soprano Soloist, Verdi's "Messa da Requiem", Austin Symphony

- Austin American Statesman

Chadwick shone brighter than the rest, her expressive tones adding just the right touch.

Jade Boucher, Heggie's "Dead Man Walking", Baltimore Opera Company

- The Sun

"... Suzanne S. Chadwick, ... offerd dynamic voices and effective characterizations."

Enrichetta, Bellini's "I Puritani", Baltimore Opera Company

- The Washington Post

"Suzanne S. Chadwick... also turned in fine performances."

Alto Soloist, Bach's "Cantata No. 60", Baltimore Symphony Orchestra

- The Sun

"It was a spirited performance, with well-colored solos by .. and mezzo-soprano Suzanne Chadwick..."

Marsinah, Borodin's "Kismet", Baltimore Actor's Theater

- The Jeffersonian

"This Kismet has several of the loveliest voices we've ever heard in any BAT production. This is especially true of Suzanne Chadwick..."

Cousin Hebe, Sullivan's "H.M.S. Pinafore", Young Victorian Theater Company

- The Sun

"Worthy of special mention was the "Cousin Hebe" by Susan Simon, a minor role but handled with insight"