Striking A Chord
For the first time since merging with CAPA in 2011, Opera Columbus will be filling the stage of a production with local talent.
- Columbus Monthly, February 2014
Suzuki, Madam Butterfly, Opera Columbus
"Olga Perez Flora made Suzuki very much a leading role. Her solo opportunities in Act III showed a voice that will one day sing Amneris and Carmen."
– Arts and Culture: Christopher Purdy, November 2013
Soloist, La Belle Époque Cabaret: An Evening in the Bohemian Style, Carnegie Museum of Art
"Tenor Joseph Gaines, mezzo-soprano Olga Perez Flora, and pianist Benjamin Binder (artistic director of the Pittsburgh Song Collaborative and assistant professor of music at Duquesne University) brilliantly brought to life songs from late-19th-century Parisian cabarets by writers and composers..."
- Carnegie Museum of Art Blog, August 2012
Pitti-sing, The Mikado, Arizona Opera
"Pitti-sing (Olga Perez)…displayed [a] firm, pleasant voice and lively poise onstage."
– Opera News, February 2009
"memorable vocal and comic turns from Olga Perez as Pitti-Sing..."
– Arizona Daily Star, November 16, 2008
The Beautiful Brown Diva
"Forget any notions you've ever had of a fat lady singing opera onstage. Mezzo-soprano Olga Perez looks more like she belongs in the cast of American Idol."
- Phoenix New Times, September 2008
Annina, La Traviata, Arizona Opera
"Olga Perez's fine performance..."
– Opera News Online, April 4, 2008
Zerlina, Don Giovanni, Opera in the Heights
"Olga Perez invests Zerlina with a bright soprano and fetching manner, correct for an operatic ingenue."
– Houston Chronicle, March 24, 2007
Zita, Gianni Schicci/Buoso’s Ghost, Opera in the Heights
"The relatives are all impressive, in particular, Olga Perez as Zita"
– Princeton Packet, July 7, 2006
Mercedes, Carmen, Arizona Opera
"Olga Perez sang with smoky tones and proved to be a dependable companion for Carmen."
– International News/Opera Japonica, October 2005