"But, after all, opera comes down to singing. And if you like good singing, stick with this one. The opera contains a staggering number of memorable tunes... Those tunes burst forth one after another, and the singers appear to increase in confidence and enjoyment with each one."
REVIEW: Singing carries the day in 'Il Trovatore'
Utah Opera brings exoticism of South America to Capitol Theatre stage
REVIEW: Strong cast brings Utah Opera's "Florencia en el Amazonas" to life
"Anyone contemplating seeing Florencia en el Amazonas at the Capitol Theatre should have a designated driver waiting to pick them up to take them home afterwards – the music is so lush it's positively intoxicating."
REVIEW: Young Singers Take Audience on Journey through Latin American music
“Those who braved the cold Friday night and attended the hour-long performance at the Sorensen Center were treated to a delightful evening of Spanish opera and zarzuela. The four singers and pianist in Utah Opera’s program presented a well chosen selection of arias and ensembles including three numbers from Daniel Catán’s Florencia en el Amazonas, which just began a five-performance run at the Capitol Theatre.”
REVIEW: Utah Opera takes a magical mystery tour with ‘Florencia’
"Sure, there are piranhas, anacondas and possibly a cholera epidemic, but you'll also find fine singing, acting and playing in Utah Opera's production of Daniel Catán's magical-realist opera "Florencia en el Amazonas."