Elizabeth Grayson
Photo by Dan Demetriad

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Greensboro Opera-Menotti’s “The Telephone”

One can hear influences from several composers in Menotti’s score, especially Mozart. This was nowhere more apparent than in Lucy’s arias, where Grayson”s coloratura passages were delivered with clarity and brilliance. Her repeated “Hello, hello” answer to the ringing machine became more and more humorous. Her acting was first rate…a delight to watch!!

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Classical Voice Of North Carolina review- May 2009

At the Statue of Venus – Jake Heggie

“Long Leaf Opera's summer festival concluded last Sunday in UNC-Chapel Hill's Memorial Hall with a standing ovation for Elizabeth Grayson's performance in the Southern premiere of At the Statue of Venus. On stage accompanying Grayson was pianist and composer Jake Heggie.”

The Independent News