Elisabeth and Sieglinde in Wagnerian Excerpts

Festival de Lanaudière 

“This could perhaps be the Wagnerian voice we have been waiting for since Flagstad and Nilsson.”
-Claude Gingras, La Presse

“Remember the name Heidi Melton. The American dramatic soprano, just 28, has a glorious career ahead of her. Elisabeth's ringing “Dich, teure Halle” from Tannhäuser and Sieglinde's more sombre and emotional “Der Männer Sippe” and “Du bist der Lenz” from Die Walküre displayed a huge voice that is bright, clear and sweet, and cocooned in a seductive vibrato. She has gorgeous low notes, beautiful phrasing, and interprets her singing from her soul.”
-Paula Citron, The Globe and Mail

“Zeitouni and the players were fine accompanists also, notably of Heidi Melton, a young American Wagnerian soprano who gave us “Dich, teure Halle” from Tannhäuser and two Sieglinde monologues from Die Walküre. With a brilliant, fiery tone that nevertheless sounds young, she will surely rise quickly in the opera world.”
-Arthur Kaptainis, Montreal Gazette