"...acted with affecting clarity"
Zachary Woolfe, New York Times, June 2012 Tosca,
New York Grand Opera, Maestro Vincent La Selva,
for your beautiful CD Sweet Peace. I
Frederica von Stade
"Thanks for the very beautiful CD...Your
voice sounds accurate and expressive." Ned
Rorem Sweet Peace
Carnegie Hall debut: "Of the solo
quartet, soprano Claire Stadtmueller was by far
the most outstanding. She enjoyed a star moment
and took advantage of it to the loudly exclaimed
enthusiasm of the audience."
New Yorker Staats-Zeitung Beethoven's Missa
"Of the soloists Claire Stadtmueller stood
out considerably, her timbre and demeanor reminded
me of Elisabeth Schwarzkopf."
New Yorker Staats-Zeitung Mozart's C Minor
Mass and Requiem
"She is quite obviously a soprano of great
color, drama and technique." Worcester Telegram,
"Ms. Stadtmueller is a richly communicative
singer..." Sweet Peace
Thomas Hinds, Music Director, Montgomery Symphony
"Ms. Stadtmueller brings to these songs a
fine clear soprano voice, impeccable diction and
a wonderful feel for the text...This is singing
of the highest order."
Thomas Lawlor, "Warwick Beacon" Sweet
"Soprano Claire Stadtmueller was clear of
voice and diction. Even in the disquieting and
eerie polytonality of the "Song of Ephraim"
her pitch and delivery of the text were secure."
Paul Somers, Classical New Jersey Honegger's King
David, Pro Arte Chorale,
David Crone, conductor.
"Claire Stadtmueller was a real "find"
and her vibrant soprano and slender good looks
made her a force. In her duets with Cavaradossi,
her shimmering voice soared and her playful little
touches added to her portrayal. She possessed an
ever ascending vocal and dramatic arc in a
beautifully sung Vissi d'arte."
Nino Pantano, the Italian Voice