DuPage Symphony Orchestra - Poulenc Gloria

...a great soloist...[Ms. Wolfson] impressed the audience with her tender and clear voice and a high level of mastership.

Chicago Tribune


Opera de Montpellier - What Next?

[As Rose] the American soprano Sarah Wolfson prevails by far, her performance possessing the exuberance, the color, and the sensuality required for the part.



NYFOS Next Concert

Ms. Wolfson and her strong beautiful soprano, round tones and perfect diction illuminated Rossetti’s words, leaving us with “What are deep? Ocean and truth.”

QonStage New York Performances and Arts Reviews


Miller Theater Lunchtime Concert

Sarah Wolfson [gave] a glowing account of Barber's "Hermit Songs"... [she] sang with luminous sound and impressively focused high notes. [She is] a keenly intelligent artist.

New York Times


Schubert Concert with Antares Ensemble

Wolfson may appear petite, but her powerful voice was able to fill [the hall]. She opened with "An Die Musik (To Music), for soprano and piano, D. 547" by Franz Schubert… Wolfson sang of her warm love of the arts with total control of her lyric soprano voice. Wolfson returned for Schubert's "Der Hirt auf dem Felsen”. Ms. Wolfson's evocative voice easily traveled to high notes, and she gave a spirited welcome to spring in "Love Thoughts”…With her vibrant vocals, Wolfson [was] the brightest star in the constellation.

The Connecticut News-Times


Chamber Music Society of Little Rock

Soprano Sarah Wolfson swept the audience away...Wolfson, as good an actress as she is a singer, got her message across.

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette


The Music Teacher - Bridge Recordings

The singers are excellent, particularly Sarah Wolfson as Jane/Aeola.



The Music Teacher - Bridge Recordings

The singing is clear and earnest...Soprano Sarah Wolfson [has] some standout moments.

Opera News


Aspen Opera Theater - Cosi fan tutte

The performance of Sarah Elizabeth Wolfson as Despina is a cut above--funny and feral.

Aspen Post


Aspen Opera Theater - Cosi fan tutte

Sarah Elizabeth Wolfson stopped just short of overmugging as Despina, investing the character and her music with plenty of personality.

Aspen Times


La Jolla Summerfest - Love Past Cure

Sarah Elizabeth Wolfson [was] juanty and seductive...[she] spoke the scene with the same tender urgency and dewy freshness brought to the aria "Con che soavita" that followed.

San Diego Union-Tribune


The New Group - The Music Teacher: A Play/Opera

Librettist Shawn provides lyrics that beautifully mimic what might be a teenager's attempts at high art, and theatergoers will find that the awkwardness of the writing in the opera to be the highpoint of the charm in "Teacher," particularly given Sarah Wolfson's beautifully sung and endearingly earnest performance as one of Smith's students.

American Theater Web


Vocal Arts Society Discovery Series Recital – Strathmore Hall

“Wolfson called on finely honed breath control, working magic in sustained tones and tapered phrases in Turina’s Poema en forma de canciones”

The Washington Post


Kentucky Opera – Thaïs

“The delightful taunts and teasings of Crobyle…were fully captured by Sarah Elizabeth Wolfson.”

Opera News


Wolf Trap Opera – Volpone

“... In [a] well-cast production... Sarah Wolfson performed brilliantly as Celia”

The Washington Post


The INSeries – Don Giovanni

“ ... A fresh, young, well-trained voice... Ms. Wolfson gives one of the best performances as a sexy, sympathetic Zerlina; [she] produces the evening’s most show-stopping moment when she rips off her wedding gown at the climax of La ci darem”

The Washington Post


The Florida Grand Opera – An Evening of Marc Blitzstein

“Yet it was Sarah Wolfson who proved most impressive among the ensemble... The petite soprano made a quietly vicious Regina confronting her husband Horace in the dramatic excerpts from the play... her bright resplendent voice soared in the “Rain quartet”, and she brought keen dramatic point and intensity to her climatic scenes. Wolfson’s touching performance of the anthemic “I’m going away” compared favorably with that heard at the opera the previous evening.”

Ft. Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel


Wolf Trap Opera – Le Nozze di Figaro

“Barbarina, affectingly sung by soprano Sarah Wolfson, has one of the most haunting little bits in the entire opera which suggests a young woman who craves exactly the sexual energies that the other characters are so assiduously trying to deflect”

The Washington Post


Wolf Trap Opera – Le Nozze di Figaro

“... Hyperactive soprano Sarah Wolfson brings a welcome dose of petulance and bravado to the usually wimpy role of Barbarina.”

The Washington Times


The Juilliard Opera Center – Armide

“... As (one of Armide’s) attendants, Sarah Wolfson was especially a pleasure to see and hear”

Opera News