Kendra Colton, soprano
“Kendra Colton, the soprano, was touchingly musical”
Bernard Holland, New York Times
Bach St. Matthew Passion, Brooklyn Academy of Music

“Kendra Colton… carried herself like a goddess and sang radiantly and vividly”
James R. Oestreich, New York Times
Handel Acis and Galatea, Aulos Ensemble

“Colton is first and foremost a conscientious, skillful, and imaginative musician….  Her timbre is soft and gentle, her workmanship superior – there were exquisite moments of legato, echo effects, with accurate intonation and fluent movement across a wide range extending to high C….  And when the music called for technical virtuosity, she could supply it – in a jealousy aria… she fired off long chains of rapid coloratura… all with pinpoint accuracy.”
Richard Dyer, Boston Globe
Handel and Haydn Society, featured guest artist

“… [the] program notes catalogued the many divas Handel had at his disposal; he would have counted Colton one of them had he had the chance.”
Keith Powers, Boston Herald
Handel and Haydn Society, featured guest artist

“…[T]he shining jewel in the soloist crown was by far the soprano soloist Kendra Colton.  With precision-like coloratura and amazing vocal ability, she stood a notch above the rest”
Jake Johansen, Houston Opera Examiner
Handel Messiah, Houston Symphony

“Colton sang the demanding soprano solo just about perfectly.”
Craig Smith, The New Mexican
Bach Jauchzet Gott, Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival