Kate Pinkerton in Madama Butterfly at Met Opera


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The Metropolitan Opera

Ildebrando D’Arcangelo

Avery Amereau, a rising contralto, packing a great deal of chocolaty tone and restrained emotion into her few lines as Kate Pinkerton near the end of Butterfly
— ZACHARY WOOLFE, THE NEW YORK TIMES (2017)
While poor Kate Pinkerton only has a handful of lines, Avery Amereau was brilliant in her moment, showing poised sadness and an astonishing, molasses-hued contralto.
— ERIC C. SIMPSON, NEW YORK CLASSICAL REVIEW (2017)
Avery Amereau was impressive in the small role of Kate; her voice is full of color.
— Maria Mazzaro , Opera News (2017)

Madrigal Singer in Manon Lescaut @ Met Opera


Avery Amereau, in her (Metropolitan Opera) company debut, brought a smooth, chocolaty mezzo to the madrigal.
— FRED COHN, OPERA NEWS (2017)
Even the minor role of a musician who recites madrigals written by Manon’s rich patron, sung by the captivating Avery Amereau, stood out for the unusually rich, saturated auburn timbre of her voice.
— CORINNA DA FONSECA-WOLLHEIM, THE NEW YORK TIMES (2016)
The most distinguished among the minor role singers were Avery Amereau (Musico) ”
— DAVID SHENGOLD, GAY CITY NEWS (2016)