"Alicia Alexander moved gracefully, acted responsively, and sang
ardently. She colored her voice
expressively in the Act II duet with Germont, carefully delineating the variety
of emotions--indignation, rage, sorrow, resignation, despair--encompassed in the
fifteen minute scene."
-Erick Neher, Opera Monthly
"Of the four singers heard Sunday, soprano Alicia Alexander was
clearly in a class by herself. She
has a voice both powerful and pliant, one that could set the hall ringing and
then taper down to a sweet hush. Her
renditions of Rusalka's "Song to the Moon" and Micaela's aria were the
-Scott Cantrell, Albany Times Union
"Alicia Alexander is a treat to both the eye and the ear and audience response was most warm, enthusiastic, and perceptive. They seemed to sense that they were in on the blossoming of what should be a spectacular career. For one so young to display, in addition to a great natural gift, the musicianship, the stage presence, and the sincere immersion in her work is a feat to be admired by all."
-Edward Wismer, The Sentinel Ledger
"Alicia Alexander, a comely blonde, made a nicely haughty Widow singing the lovely Lehar music with the proper Viennese panache."
"Ms. Alexander made an engaging Widow who quickly captured and held