Mary Wilson

“…a great performance. Soprano Mary Wilson, as Cunegonde, brought the house down with her theatrical weeping in the show-stopping “Glitter and Be Gay.” The opening love duet that she sang was soaring and lovely.”
The Buffalo News

"The focus of the Fauré, in turn, was soprano Mary Wilson’s solo, the “Pie Jesu.” ...she offered flawless, exquisitely spun-out lines and her accustomed silvery tone in a heartfelt performance. Wilson, a former St. Louisian, has developed into an important artist in the last few years, and it was a pleasure to hear her again.”
St. Louis Post-Dispatch

“Mary Wilson was the spellbinding soprano… It is an impressive and demanding work, and Wilson was fully in command of it and made a persuasive cast as to its excellence. Her fast passages were flawless in intonation and seemingly easy in execution (the mark of first-rate technique); her feel for the sound and meaning of words was impeccable; her mastery of Handel’s grand leaps and wide-ranging runs was total. It was amazing to hear her give musical shape to the final Alleluia even at breakneck speed.”
San Francisco Classical Voice

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