Reviews and Testimonials

Reviews

“Soprano Michelle Kunz’s clear, cheery voice made for a nice aria…”
The Washington Post

“The most meltingly Italianate [voice] belonged to Michelle Kunz, who holds her own against any recorded Suor Angelica…”
Intermission

“Michelle Kunz delighted as the betrayer, Jenny Diver.”
Intermission

“Alone in both style and vocal weight [was]…Michelle Kunz as Jenny…”
The Peabody News

“Soprano Michelle Kunz sang a polished and expressive Quia respexit.”
The Washington Post

“Superb!”
The American Architectural Foundation
“Delightful!”
White House Historical Association
Both commenting on the White House Bicentennial “Musical Interludes” concert at the Corcoran Gallery of Art

Testimonials

“Michelle’s work as Children’s Chorus Master is extremely professional, polished and consistent. She has the experience, knowledge and ability to put together a team of children, coach them to an appropriately high level of musical and dramatic effectiveness and work with them through the entire production process, from audition and first rehearsal through the last bow. The kids love her, and the company has benefited from her efforts.” — Scott Guzielek, Artistic Administration Manager at Washington National Opera

“Michelle took me from a talented but inexperienced boy soprano through all the vocal changes of puberty and into a solid technique that has served me well as a professional pop singer. I worked with her in the children’s chorus at Washington National Opera and studied voice with her privately. Both were valuable and memorable experiences, and I am grateful for the excellent foundation Michelle has provided.” — Marco Santarlasci, pop artist, song writer

“Ms. Kunz is out to change her students’ lives and to improve their views of the world. Her belief is that singing echoes life, and the principles nurtured as a singer are ones applicable to living. I especially appreciated her attention to detail, from full-body alignment to undoing arbitrary habits learned from elsewhere. She never let me sing a note that wasn’t my best and didn’t come from my heart, and for that I thank her.” — Ratna “Musella” Gill, college student

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