Tales of Hoffmann, Opera North, August 2018
“Soprano Emily Misch, a member of Opera North’s company of resident artists, is transfixing from the moment she appears as Olympia, her rigid feet jerked into an unnatural posture while the rest of her body hides behind a curtain… With a humorously robotic lilt, she hits and holds her high notes with pre-programmed ease.” – Samantha Lazar, Valley News
“Emily Misch was brilliant and virtuosic and very funny as the doll Olympia.” – Jim Lowe, Rutland Herald & Times Argus
The Dybbuk, October 2017
“Emily Misch sang with beautiful purpose as the young Leah.” – Gregory Briggler, brigglerintune.com
Career Bridges 2017 Gala, May 2017
“Coloratura soprano Emily Misch knocked our proverbial socks off with ‘Der Holle Rache,’ the Queen of the Night’s riveting aria from Mozart’s Die Zauberflote. The penetrating tone and wickedly difficult fioritura were all there.” – Voce di meche
Controller in Flight with Mannes Opera, May 2015
“Philosophizing from her isolated skybox, Emily Misch dispatched the aptly-named Controller’s stratospheric coloratura with scintillating precision and an icy, possessive stare.” – Opera News
Gerda Lissner Lieder/Song Competition Winners Concert, December 2015
“Emily Misch sang “Amor” from Brentano Lieder. This is a dazzling showpiece very much in the Zerbinetta league. Misch’s coloratura flights were spellbinding.” – BrooklynDiscovery.com
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