Lisa Walecki's Critical Acclaim

"Lisa Walecki's bubbly impersonation of Papagena(Magic Flute) injects the yawn-inducing activity near play's end with vitality and charisma." (Denver Westword)

" Papagena(Magic Flute), Lisa Walecki fully understands the difference between sugar and saccharine."
(Boulder Daily Camera)

"Lisa Walecki proved captivating in her brief, thankless appearance(as Papagena, Magic Flute) near the end."
(Denver Rocky Mountain News)

"Lisa Walecki sang Maria(West Side Story) lyrically, with perfect phrasing and every word was crystal clear. 'Tonight' was glorious and when finished the audience went mad."
(Greeley Tribune)

"The Chinese singers('From China with Love') were joined by warm-voiced soprano Lisa Walecki..."
(Denver Post)

"Lisa Walecki sang and acted Marzelline(Fidelio) with clarity and sweetness." (Denver Rocky Mountain News)

"Marzelline(Fidelio) was played by the bright and pretty soprano Lisa Walecki."
(Denver Post)

"Lisa Walecki was a brilliant Marzelline(Fidelio)..." (Boulder Daily Camera)

"The production(I Pagliacci) features two outstanding performances. As Nedda, Lisa Walecki shines with her agile silvery soprano."
(Colorado Springs Gazette)

"Only one woman is numbered among this show's(I Pagliacci) principals, and the performance of soprano Lisa Walecki was a match for anything the men could put up. The voice is pure and powerful...her acting as the doomed Nedda could not have been better - the ideal for Verismo as she moved about like a tarnished flower, adding a precious comedic flare in the climatic Commedia dell' Arte within a play. "
(KCME Radio Arts Peak)

"Lisa Walecki's Valencienne(The Merry Widow) was as burnished as one could ever hope to hear. Walecki brought to this production a voice of great substance, beauty and control."
(San Luis Obispo Tribune)

"Walecki's soprano voice is light, agile and remarkably even from top to bottom, and she gives a strong portrayal of Violetta(La Traviata)." (Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph)

"Walecki(Marguerite, Faust), who has a great and growing spellbinding and she makes a very convincing heroine."
(Greeley Tribune)