Strickling’s “warm, clear sound” on New Recording

Posted on Sep 1, 2015 in Laura Strickling, Recording, Reviews | No Comments
Strickling’s “warm, clear sound” on New Recording

“Soprano Laura Strickling’s lovely diction and warm, clear sound bring attractive immediacy to this cycle…” — Read more at Opera News.

Strickling’s “flexible voice” and “crystalline diction”

Posted on Sep 1, 2011 in Laura Strickling, Reviews | No Comments
Strickling’s “flexible voice” and “crystalline diction”

“The soprano Laura Strickling brought a flexible voice, crystalline diction and warm presence to Libby Larsen’s poignant “Songs From Letters” (1989), set to selections from notes that the notorious frontierswoman Calamity Jane wrote to her daughter, Jane, but never sent. With spare, angular vocal lines and accompaniment (provided sensitively by the pianist Liza Stepanova), the […]