A mezzo in a class by herself
(New York Times)


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Published:23 Feb 2015

“If anyone can animate a scene, it’s Dolora Zajick, who offered a moving and powerful accounting of her first outing as Madame de Croissy, the Old Prioress, whose flawed and very human death, questioning God and raging against her fate, is one of the opera’s emotional centers. Zajick’s voice, with a hint of metal at [...]

Published:20 Feb 2015

Dolora spoke to the Huffington Post’s Susan Dormady Eisenberg about her career path, her role debut as Madame de Croissy, the ailing prioress, in Poulenc’s Dialogues of the Carmelites at the Washington National Opera, her devotion to training young dramatic voices through IYDV, her involvement with the Carmelites in Reno, and her interest in avian [...]