Amy Cofield’s psychologically nuanced Violetta…gives us a heroine of great range in sound and spirit, her masterful bursts of coloratura and expressive line matched by deeply perceptive readings of Violetta’s mercurial moods — an exceptionally memorable performance.
The Roanoke Times, Virginia
Opera Roanoke’s Violetta, soprano Amy Cofield, was a crossroads at which lyricism and drama intersected. As a vocalist and an actress, Cofield provided the Roanoke audience with a warm, womanly Violetta that absorbingly honored Duplessis, Dumas, Piave, and, above all, Verdi.
David Newsome, Voix des Artes
A definite high point is soprano Amy Cofield, who as Mimi is truly one of the standout performers of Opera!Lenawee’s history. She sings the role (Mimi) beautifully and interprets it to perfection, and when she’s onstage she lights it up simply with her presence.
The Daily Telegram - Adrian, MI