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17 Mar 2008

Isabel Leonard, Weill Recital Hall

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By VIVIEN SCHWEITZER and STEVE SMITH [NY Times, 17 March 2008]

The mezzo soprano Isabel Leonard made a noteworthy Metropolitan Opera debut last fall as Stéphano in “Roméo et Juliette,” demonstrating a lively stage presence and a radiant lyric voice. On Friday she proved that she is also confident on the recital stage, making her New York debut at Weill Recital Hall, ably accompanied by the pianist Brian Zeger.

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