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What critics have said about Ms. Christeson:

Magic Flute, Opera Grand Rapids

"The Second and Third Ladies brought a level of excellence and finish to their supporting parts that one normally finds only in the best houses ... " — Opera News, Detroit News

Merry Wives of Windsor, Grande Theater

"Jane Christeson ... has a mellow but powerful vocal instrument..she created excitement as she romped and teased across the stage." — Herald-Tribune

Follies, Seaside Music Theater

"And the cast has other bonuses: the powerhouse Jane Christeson with one of the show's best songs ... " — Orlando Sentinel

Susannah, Orlando Opera

" .... Christeson's mezzo had just enough edge to make Mrs. Mclean extra spiteful." — Orlando Sentinel

Madame Butterfly, Whitewater Opera

"Christeson, a mezzo from Daytona Beach, is a splendid actress who can squeeze the most from a supporting role ... " — Paladium-Item

Manon Lescaut, Cincinnati Opera

"Another bright touch was the singing of Jane Christeson as part of the salon entertainment..." — Dayton Daily News

Opera gala, Grande Theater Opera

"Jane Christeson managed to portray real sexual tension as Maddelena with her gloriously rich mezzo-soprano voice ... " — Herald- Tribune

Rigoletto, Treasure Coast Opera

"The last act quartet was brought masterfully to life by the principals. Jane Christeson showed a full, dramatic mezzo as Maddelena." — Stuart News

Madame Butterfly, Whitewater Opera

"Soprano Jane Christeson's Suzuki was a wonderful foil for Cio-Cio-San ... her delivery was impressively sonorous. She underplayed Suzuki with charming, delicate finesse, a far cry from her rousing Mercedes in last season's Carmen. " — Indiana Arts Insight

The Sound 0f Music, Seaside Music Theater

"An especially noteworthy performance was offered by the Mother Abbess, Jane Christeson, whose voice filled every inch of the theater. Her flawless pitch and control combined with her rich, full and powerful tone rang like a bell as a solo voice ... " — Daytona Beach News Journal

Recital, Theater Center

"The smoothness of Ms. Christeson's voice in all its registers and its rich, smoky flavor were most becoming to Brahms. Her velvety mezzo voice and accurate intonation are already known elsewhere, but Sunday's recital provided the first real opportunity for us to experience the range and high quality professionalism Ms. Christeson can bring to the concert and operatic stage. Her vocal instrument is well focused and lovely to listen to, from a ringing top to a secure bottom." — Daytona Beach News Journal