“Andrea Carroll gave a particularly impressive performance... Her rich, dark
low register and gleaming top put a deeply expressive spin on every line.”
– Opera News-
"Andrea Carroll, as Julie Jordan, has a lovely, gentle voice and a tender presence." -The New York Times
"As Rosalba, American soprano Andrea Carroll sings with a stunning purity and clarity of tone that conveys all the myriad complexities of love."
-DC Metro Theater Arts
"American soprano Andrea Carroll is especially dazzling as Rosalba, the young writer and would-be Florencia biographer. Carroll’s voice proved every moment to be bell-like and clear but also lusciously expressive. She embodied her role delightfully."
-DC Theater Scene
"Andrea Carroll, a Susanna and a Musetta, used her secure, expressive lower range to show us both Julie’s sweetness and her inner strength."
"As played by Andrea Carroll, Julie's persona moves beyond sweetness to innate strength. Carroll's clear soprano, perfect on "If I Loved You," soars above the chaos of her situation, revealing a woman of steadfast loyalty and practical resolve. She not only endures, but she also triumphs over her abusive husband and the patriarchal mill owner."
"Andrea Carroll was a lovely Julie, shining with an inner beauty she doesn't even realize herself."
- The Wall Street Journal
Copyright © 2014 Andrea Carroll, soprano. All rights reserved.
"Carroll's bright, shiny soprano brings out Anne's innocence and petulance."
-The Houston Press
-The Washington Post, Anne Midgette
"Even better was the perky but tender Zerlina of Andrea Carroll, a fizzy voice matched by a firecracker stage presence."
-The Washington Post, Charles Downey
“Andrea Carroll was a pure joy to listen to. She did a great job of using her light, sweet timbre, to bring out her saucy, flirtatious character....seems to strike the right balance of grand, sweeping phrases, and bouncy playfulness."
- Everyday Opera
"...plenty of excellent comic timing from the cast, particularly Andrea Carroll, who sang with a bright soprano and stole the show as Despina."
-The New York Times