Sarah Connolly at Weill Hall

Sarah Connolly (Photo: Peter Warren)
A Good Month’s Work
On Monday night at Weill Recital Hall — the lovely space upstairs at Carnegie — Sarah Connolly gave us one of the most satisfying events of the season. The English mezzo-soprano sang a diverse recital, offering Haydn, Brahms, Hahn, Korngold, and Weill (Weill at Weill!). This followed her debut at the Metropolitan Opera, as Annio in Mozart’s “Clemenza di Tito.” All in all, Ms. Connolly put in a very good month’s work in New York.
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A Step Away From Opera, Executed With Grace
By ALLAN KOZINN [NY Times, 18 May 05]
New Yorkers have mostly heard the English mezzo-soprano Sarah Connolly singing Handel and Bellini at the New York City Opera and, in recent weeks, Mozart at the Metropolitan Opera. With the Met’s “Clemenza di Tito” freshly behind her — the run ended on Saturday — Ms. Connolly spent Monday evening showing what else she can do.
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