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 A C C L A I M

IOLANTA  "...the level of talent in this one small building was staggering. Kimberly Giordano sang the title role with a warm and remarkably polished voice. She invested the role with true emotion that only added to her vocal performance; when toward the end Iolanta could finally see, there was nothing lacking for a sense of wonder and amazement in her rendering." - NWREVERB

BEETHOVEN SYMPHONY NO. 9 "Vocal soloists Kimberly Giordano (soprano), Kathryn Weld (mezzo-soprano), Ross Hauck (tenor), and Charles Robert Stephens (bass) stunned with dizzying operatic feats, sans microphone. Projecting incredibly over an enormous choir and orchestra, all four delivered delicious individual and group solos and were the cherry atop a tremendous and magnificent work." -  IMHO Blog

BRAHMS REQUIEM "The two soloists were particularly well chosen: the powerful and affecting Charles Robert Stephens and the smoothly eloquent, warm-toned soprano Kimberly Giordano." - KING-FM 

OPERAISSIMA!/CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA “The soloists, tenor Stephen Rumph, soprano Kimberly Giordano, baritone Charles Robert Stephens, mezzo Sarah Mattox and mezzo Heidi Vanderford were nothing short of stunning…”

- Entertainment News NW

FAUST "Also excellent was Kimberly Giordano as Marguerite: her voice is secure, featuring a nice trill in the Jewel Song, and she was always dramatically engaged." - Opera in the PacNW 

STREET SCENE “…an honest performance with a full, warm soprano.” - Seattle Times 


CARMEN “…a surprisingly likeable Micaëla, her honest gestures and sweet, open soprano strengthening the usually saccharine character of Don Jose’s long-suffering girlfriend.”  -Tacoma News Tribune


HANSEL AND GRETELKimberly Giordano’s Gretel is a nice blend of the maternal and the bossy older sister. Both of them have strong, clear voices, unusually polished and well suited to the roles.”  - Seattle Times

BLACK WATER  “Kimberly Giordano acts the role of Kelly with shading and conviction, and sings the score with beauty and passion. Giordano never makes a martyr of her character, but invests her performance with such warmth and heart....”

-Talkin' Broadway



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