“Miss Wefer as Cio-Cio San in Puccini’s classic Madama Butterfly was a study in what an operatic performance should and can achieve. Her complete musical and dramatic immersion took everyone in the audience, even the ones who have seen this opera too many times to count (like this critic) by their souls.”
A flawless performance
Marina Kennedy, Critic for BWW OperaWorld.com
Soprano, Victoria Wefer delivered a flawless performance as Desdemona."
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Fittingly incisive and piercing voice
“Victoria Wefer brought a fittingly incisive and piercing voice, as well the appropriate verve to the role of Musetta.”- Parterre Box
Remarkable grace and charm
Anne Weisberger, Critic for The Madison Eagle
“Wefer possesses remarkable grace and charm, to match the beauty of her voice…she is a commanding presence. Her voice has a richness, a soulfulness, which touches the heartstrings.”
Lourdes Perez, Critic for Latin Classical
"There is solid musicianship, a depth of meaning, and such beauty in Victoria Wefer's singing of this music that hasn't been heard since the days of Victoria De Los Angeles."
Snake Oil Sam’s News Beagle
“Few words are required to describe the recent performance of lyric soprano Victoria Wefer…As a matter of fact I believe that I can describe it in only two words. Absolute talent! Even fewer words are required, indeed one word will suffice. Perfection!”
The Empowered and Fearless Victoria Wefer
It ain't over till the fat lady sings" is a phrase we hear repeatedly. While it's often said at the defining moment when all hopes are gone, what it has also done along the way was demean and stereotype a group of gifted women who are serious artists. Victoria Wefer, a beautiful, well-rounded and talented woman joins the ranks of an evolving new image within Opera, challenging the perception of how a serious opera singer should look and replacing it with how a curvaceous, vivacious artist should sound. Empowered...Fearless.
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