ailed by critics as a singer with “commendable stage presence,” a “pleasingly intense, well placed voice” and “personal sparkle,” soprano Roseanne Ackerley has distinguished herself by her exceptional singing and her flare for dramatic and emotional characterization. This season, Ms. Ackerley sang Liú in Turandot with Windham Orchestra (VT), covered the title role of Tosca with Long Island Lyric Opera (NY) and sang Nedda in I Pagliacci with East Harbor Opera in NY.
osanne Ackerley a strong voice filled the hall on an open stage with no microphones or orchestra pit accompanied by a Wagnerian orchestra playing double FF and diminuendos displaying good German diction with clear vowel sounds and proper conso- nances... Your rendition of "Dich Teure Halle" belongs with the the orchestra and conductor in a German opera house...The versatility with 2 opera languages and musicianship of an American trained singer is evident as she sang beautifully part of the role of Mimi from La Boheme before the intermission. (bravissimo)
oseanne Ackerley was a welcome surprise with an intense, well placed voice that vibrated pleasingly throughout her range
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