Soprano Lindsay Conrad is a vivacious, teasing Alice Ford, with a powerful, bright, three-dimensional tone.
Her voice soared over the orchestra in the great arching melody Verdi gives her."
- Lloyd Schwartz, The Boston Phoenix
"It didn’t hurt that Lindsay Conrad (who captivated me a couple of years ago as Alice Ford, the leading soprano role, in Boston Opera Collaborative’s appealing production of Verdi’s Falstaff) had the most beautiful voice and most solid vocal technique in the company."
- Lloyd Schwartz, New York Arts
"Both Tamara Ryan, as the independent-minded Della, and Lindsay Conrad, as the formidable “Vampire Naysayer,” offer breathtakingly solid sopranos that soar and trill without ever becoming shrill or thin.
Both develop three-dimensional characters, each with a wildly different approach to defying conventions."
- Terry Byrne, The Boston Globe
"Soprano Lindsay Conrad owned the room with her portrayal of the title character...Her stage persona is a cross between Bette Midler and Beverly Sills..."
- Kate Stringer, Boston Musical Intelligencer
"Conrad's voice soared and dominated in the best, character appropriate way..."
- Brian Calhoon, ArtsImpulse
"Lindsay Conrad is a vivacious, voluptuous Eurydice."
- Jeffrey Gantz, The Boston Globe
"Conrad is a natural comedienne whose “Quando m’en vo” was a bright-toned exercise in gleeful misbehavior; her Musetta was an appealingly shameless vamp."
-Kate Stringer, Boston Musical Intelligencer
"Lindsay Conrad is the wonderful surprise,
whose shimmering vibrato reminded me of Callas!"
- Beverly Creasey, Boston Arts Review