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Vallone sang with "extraordinary virtuosity and elegance."

"Vallone joined the Durham Symphony in a dazzling performance of Susanna's fourth act love song, "Deh vieni, non tardar" from The Marriage of Figaro. Her voice had a heart-melting velvet quality, smooth and sweet, and refreshing as a drink from a cool mountain stream."

Angela Vallone was the "clear show-stopper...singing with a full, direct sound and supple phrasing."

"Vallone’s supple, bell-like soprano was a “particular delight”.

"In the large cast, who most stood out were the female voices. The American soprano Angela Vallone was a vivacious Susanna, as charming and attractive as the role demands. Her beautiful voice was at the service of lyricism and expressivity."