Reviews

Médée:

“To her immense credit, Eliza O’Malley gave a very fine performance, both musically and dramatically, of this enormously difficult role.”  -James Roy MacBean 

Otello:

“Winthrop and O’Malley gave strong performances… The final act is … where [they] had their greatest opportunity to shine  ” -Elizabeth Warnimont, Benicia Herald

Trap Door:

“The voices, singing and interactions of the performers are stunning… Singing by these performers is of professional quality…sung and played beautifully”  -Albert Goodwyn, S.F. Bay Times

“All of the singers have beautiful operatic voices…”  -Flora Lynn Isaacson, Annette Lust Reviews

Harvest of Song:

“Soprano Eliza O’Malley’s lithe lines floated with ease” –Mark Alburger , Commuter Times

Playboy of the Western World:

“The heroine Pegeen played by soprano Eliza O’Malley appeared to master all of the complex elements” -Paul Hertelendy,  artssf.com

Playboy of the Western World:

“O’Malley’s ability to throw  out high Ds in a cascade of notes needs an extra round of applause.” –Jaime Robles, The Piedmont Post

Inferno:

“Combining expressive movement with powerful singing,  O’Malley plays Francesca…” –Adam Broner, The Piedmont Post

Dido and Aeneas:

“Excellent Evening…. An unexpected night of excitement.” Bruce Bratton,  www.brattononline.com

The Old Maid and the Thief:

“…the cast was terrific… Eliza O’Malley brought clear tone and assured comic presence to the role of Miss Pinkerton.” – Georgia Rowe, Contra Costa Times

Riders to the Sea:

“…and particularly Eliza O’Malley [is] also powerfully credible…” – Jeff Kaliss, Commuter Times

Four Saints in Three Acts:

“This is the best collective performance I’ve heard all year.” – William Wu, Voice of Opera

Leonardo’s Notebook:

“…sung in Italian gorgeously by a cast of five…”  Ken Bullock, Commuter Times