"She performed a divine duet with mezzo-soprano Sarah Fleiss... Ms. Fleiss sounded just grand as Tancredi. The overtones of each voice bounced off the overtones of the other...
We love listening to mezzo-sopranos who have a true mezzo texture to their voices and Ms. Fleiss surely does have the right sound."- Voce di Meche (blog) Fall 2019
"The biggest joy of the evening was Sarah Fleiss’ turn as Pamina, whose voice was nothing short of revelatory. Fleiss was in complete command for the whole show, nailing forte high notes like it was nothing and sustaining energy through every pianissimo."- BWOG (Columbia publication) Spring 2019
Celebrated for her "captivating turn as the titular Carmen"- BWOG Fall 2018
Named as a "standout as Carmen in the scene from Bizet’s opera... Her warm, resonant voice filled the GMT as she sang of her imminent death, tears burning in her eyes"- Columbia Spectator Fall 2018
Deemed "effervescent, harnessing grace and captivating emotion as the heartbroken Donna Elvira in 'Don Giovanni,' and with pure vocal prowess in the best performance of the collection, the beautiful “Lakmé” duet"- Columbia Spectator Fall 2017
In January, she will be singing the contralto part in the Shostikovich cycle From "Jewish Folk Poetry" (Op. 79) in a concert of Russian works. In March, she will be making her Curtis Opera debut as Cis in Britten’s Albert Herring, as well as covering the role of Nancy. She will also be covering Annio in La Clemenza di Tito, as well as singing in the chorus. In April, she is honored to be premiering a work of Cuban-American composer Tania León at the Musical Fund Society in Philadelphia, performing a piece written specifically for her voice.