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Stephanie Salter

December 7, 2022

"Her sights are rightly set on an opera career — the Handel alone proved she has those chops — and yet she displayed a broad range of vocal styles throughout the evening, equally at ease in the genres of Broadway, jazz and even blue grass."


Stephanie Salter

December 8, 2021

"Like so many comic arias, the Laughing Song is delightful and funny – and hard as all get-out to execute. Putting it over requires serious vocal chops and considerable acting ability. Goodwin has both in abundance. Her pure, lyrical sound is made for Mozart, Puccini and every soprano role the great, just-departed Stephen Sondheim ever wrote for Broadway."

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