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Serpetta, La finta giardiniera
Portland Opera
“Soprano Helen Zhibing Huang was the pert, clear-voiced Serpetta.”
Clorinda, La cenerentola
Portland Opera
“Helen Huang and Laura Beckel Thoreson made a delightfully silly and clear-voiced pair of evil sisters.”

– San Francisco Classical Voice (ILANA WALDER-BIESANZ)

Songs for Joe Hill
Opera Theatre Oregon
“The first part of the program featured young Brooklyn, N.Y., composer Michael Lanci’s 2017 “Songs for Joe Hill,” spoken and sung movingly by soprano Helen Huang, who has a helluva lithe tongue and can straighten any verbal twister with precision.”

– Oregon ArtsWatch (ANGELA ALLEN)

First Songs
Bard College Conservatory of Music
“Sheila Silver’s Two Songs for Diane . . . were reminiscent of Amy Beach and touchingly rendered by the bright soprano Helen Huang.”

Opera News (JOANNE SYDNEY LESSNER)

Singa Loh, I Am a Dreamer Who No Longer Dreams
White Snake Projects
“With immaculate coloratura chops and nuanced acting, soprano Helen Zhibing Huang illustrated Singa’s transformation from American Dream almost-believer to awakened ally.”

– Boston Globe (ZOË MADONNA)

“Huang’s performance was chilling; even in the most intensely dense moments, her voice was dominant and piercing with distress.”

– I CARE IF YOU LISTEN (KEVIN BALDWIN)

“Mezzo Carla López-Speziale as Rosa—a jailed, undocumented activist and mother—and soprano Helen Zhibing Huang—as Singa, her court-appointed attorney—sang their challenging roles brilliantly.”

– Opera News (KEITH POWERS)

“Singa takes on most of the vocal fireworks, . . . sung with gusto and clarity by Chinese-born soprano Helen Zhibing Huang. . . . Huang alternated smoothly between speech and song, carrying the audience’s emotions with her into the stratosphere with phrases that topped out around high D.”

– The Boston Intelligencer (LAURA STANFIELD PRICHARD)

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