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PRESS

"Soprano Summer Hassan appeared in both operas, and the glories of her voice fully justified the prominence. "

THE WASHINGTON POST

"Raquel González, Summer Hassan and Corrie Stallings may be the best Three Ladies I’ve heard anywhere, singing with gleaming tones and elegant nuance."

DALLAS NEWS

"Soprano Summer Hassan displayed a big, lustrous voice, with flexibility to match and the ability to project lightning quick changes of character."

CINCINNATI ENQUIRER

"The Three Ladies — Raquel González, Summer Hassan and Corrie Stallings — were an unmitigated delight, a zaftig trio with rich voices that blended beautifully, along with attitude to spare."

ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH

 The music and singing thrilled me and I found myself – even at that young age – wanting to be on that stage, singing, and knowing every single thing that was going on. I wanted to be part of it.

L.A. Opera Looks to the Future on 30th Anniversary

Check out this piece from Variety on LA Opera and Placido Domingo, which features an interview with Ms. Hassan.

"In a duet from Mozart’s “The Marriage of Figaro,” soprano Summer Hassan produced an impressively pristine and liquid tone."

THE LA TIMES

"The Canterville Ghost is a delightful romp. Kudos to the cast, with special mentions to soprano Summer Hassan, who as Virginia wowed with her soaring voice in “Stay With Me Beautiful.”

NEW YORK CONCERT REVIEW

"The Three Ladies in “The Magic Flute,” Raquel González, Summer Hassan, and Corrie Stallings, were so outstanding that for the first time ever, I wished their parts were longer."

THE WASHINGTON POST

"...while the sweet-voiced Summer Hassan 

effectively vocalized the two most alluring sirens on the screen, Dianara, Hercules’ love interest, and the exacting Queen of the Hesperides"

OPERA NEWS

"Mozart’s love-affirmation aria ‘L'amerò, sarò costante’ from his early opera seria, Il Re Pastore/The Shepherd King, contains some beguiling poetry by Metastasio and equally beguiling violin solo and obbligato played here beautifully by Roberto Cani.  In a welcome departure from the usual wan, precious renditions of this aria, soprano Summer Hassan's ample lyric voice soared powerfully and regally in an ardent declaration of love and devotion.  Chausson’s Chanson perpétuelle, in a piano and string quartet arrangement, benefited from the delicate shades and colors from the musicians, as well as Ms. Hassan’s superb feeling for the French text, mirroring in her expressive singing the music's ever-shifting moods of heartache and melancholia."

CLASSICAL VOICE

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