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"There was fine supporting work from mezzo Katherine Beck (as the couple's friend and messenger Lisette)"
-Opera News
"Katie Beck's Sesto delved deep into the issues of justice" 
-Los Angeles Times
"sung by the balmy-voiced mezzo soprano Katherine Beck" ... "uniformly excellent" 
-The Boston Globe
 "Katherine Beck, a young and gifted [mezzo soprano], sang and acted the part of Sextus, Pompey’s avenging son, and poured out the music with great strength and clear English diction that was characteristic of most of the cast. The scenes in which she sang with Ms. Shelton were of exquisite beauty, and both contributed considerably to the success of the performance." 
-Pittsburgh in the Round
"Katherine Beck was a powerhouse as her son, Sextus, seeking and getting vengeance"
-Trib Live
"Highlights of Sondheim included Katherine Beck's touching rendition of "Send in the Clowns"
-Classical Source
"Beck [has] great comical character development" 
-Living Out Loud LA
"Katherine Beck was thrilling"
-Berkshire Fine Arts
"The performance was superbly sung, particularly by mezzo-soprano Katie Beck as Sesto. Beck. . .was terrific, performing with all the fervent valor required of the betrayed patrician. She possesses a Frederica von Stade-like shimmer to her voice that is balanced with solid technique and florid musicality. All in all, it was a first-class interpretation."
-The Daily Trojan
Featured article:
"Boston Pops puts it all together in Sondheim show at Tanglewood"
-The Berkshire Eagle
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