Review

The Houston Press
“As wrongly accused Anna, soprano Camille Zamora tore up the intimate space with her drama-filled voice and subtle acting. One could easily be tempted to go overboard in this role, but Donizetti wisely gives everyone else a fair share of the spotlight, venting much of the pressure. Zamora knows when to kick back and when to let go, as when she must shuffle her emotions between her former lover, Lord Percy (tenor Lázaro Calderón), who has shown up unexpectedly at court, and her misplaced attentions toward Enrico (bass Erik Kroncke), with whom she has never fallen in love.” (To read the full review, please click here)
– D.L. Groover (Anna Bolena, Opera in the Heights)