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Dido and Aeneas

Pacific MusicWorks

"Julia Benzinger's wonderfully spiteful and imaginatively phrased Sorceress stole the show whenever she took the spotlight."

-Opera Now

""Mezzo Julia Benzinger was a thoroughly menacing sorceress"

-The SunBreak



Miami Music Festival

"Julia Benzinger’s warmth of timbre, silvery top register, and declamation were riveting."

-South Florida Classical Review

"La primera Norna a cargo de Julia Benzinger mostró carismática presencia y un timbre de contralto fresco, evocando la mas noble madera."

-Miami Clasica

The Rape of Lucretia

Vespertine Opera

"Julia Benzinger’s Lucretia captures the confusion, loathing, and loathing of self—her body juddering between hesitance and urgency—that occurs when a victim decides she is partly to blame and then becomes ashamed and suicidal."

-The Stranger


Vespertine Opera

From the second act on, the stage is dominated by Penelope, sung by mezzo soprano Julia Benzinger, and a lame, half blind and purportedly old beggar—Ulysses in disguise—sung by tenor Eric Neuville. Both are graduates of Seattle Opera Young Artists program. Faure’s lovely music requires big voices in these roles, with rich, expressive singing and excellent acting. Both did extremely well."

- CityArts



Farewell, Auschitz

Music of Remebrance

"Mezzo soprano Julia Benzinger sang defiantly"

-Classical Voice America



Szenen aus dem Leben der Heilgen Johanna

Deutsche Oper Berlin

"Julia Benzinger, as Saint Margaret, impresses with her luscious mezzo"

-International Herald Tribune



The Cunning Little Vixen

Deutsche Oper Berlin

"También fue una agradable sorpresa su enamorado y romántico zorro, Julia Benzinger"

-Mundo classico




Oldenburg Promenade

"Julia Benzinger was charged with bringing the incredible fire and passion of the gypsy Carmen to life. And that's just what she did."

-Märkische Oderzeitung




Deutsche Oper Berlin

"Of young American artists, Julia Benzinger sang strongly in the title role"

-Opera Magazine



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