Amanda Woodbury, a soprano headed for greatness, sings the role of Pia with conviction and extraordinary technical virtuosity.
— David Friddle, The Post and Courier
Amanda Woodbury, a fast-rising young soprano, displayed dazzling bel canto technique, excellent intonation and perfectly rounded top notes.
—James L. Paulk, ArtsAtl
All should hope to be lucky enough to hear more of Ms. Woodbury in the future.
—James Monroe Števko, Operawire
Woodbury opens up her dramatic coloratura soprano again and again, sparkling on Mozart’s devilish, stunning arias.
— Lindsay Christians, The Cap Times
Amanda Woodbury, a much-heralded young coloratura, gave the most interesting performance of the evening. The voice is strong and attractive, with a fine trill and a ravishing swell, both building and fading.
— John Yohalem, Parterre Box
Impeccable intonation and a cushioned approach to every note made her melancholy prison scene in Act II exquisite.