"Coble possesses a voice that's ideally suited to this repertoire. Her technique is solid and her ability to shift between a strong, lyrical voice and flights of coloratura is impressive. She has a strong command of rhythm and a good sense of phrasing. Her tone throughout her range is warm yet marked by a lightness of touch. Her diction is clear and intonation precise. In short, it's a joy to spend an afternoon listening to her sing. This was most true of her account of the "Exultate, jubilate," which sparkled and featured, in the closing "Alleluia," some nice little embellishments of the vocal line." (Worcester Telegram-Jonathan Blumhofer)
"The solo contributions were remarkable. Ms. Coble brought a melting, devotional sweetness to “How beautiful are the feet of them” and “I know that my Redeemer liveth.” (New York Times- Allan Kozinn)
"All four soloists sang with cultivated voices, clear diction and vivid expression. Lianne Coble’s luminous soprano made singing seem so easy..." (Dallas News- Scott Cantrell)
"The three ladies of the Queen of the Night [...] and Lianne Coble, who doubled as a charming Papagena, sparkled in excellent ensemble singing." (ClevelandClassical.com- Nicholas Jones)
Lianne was a soloist in Nico Muhly's new opera, Marnie, which ran at the Metropolitan Opera from Oct. 19th-Nov. 10th, 2018.
Catch her as the soprano soloist in Bach Cantata 140 at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine on Friday, Dec. 15th at 5:00pm.