Emily Blair, a first-year member of the company’s Benenson Young Artist Program, [...] is a fine Rosalinde, cleverly toying with – and getting the better of – her husband, Eisenstein. The ‘Csárdás’, sung as Rosalinde pretends to be a Hungarian countess, is a highlight;
— David Rice, Classical Source


Bea’s Aria from Three Decembers by Jake Heggie.

Pianist, Jess Arnold
The CoOperative Program- 2018

The Czardas from Die Fledermaus by Johann Strauss

Pianist, Jess Arnold
The CoOperative Program-2018

Soprano Emily Blair of suburban Chicago, who sang a lovely Arabella to D’Eramo’s Zdenka, also showed off a large, steely instrument with coloratura flourishes in the Czardas (“Klänge der Heimat”) from Johann Strauss II’s Die Fledermaus. [...] Blair sang it with forcefulness and swagger [...].
— Greg Stepanich, Palm Beach Arts Paper


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Die Fledermaus at Palm Beach Opera, 2019
Photos by Bruce Bennett for Palm Beach Opera