“In the Act II “Adieu, notre petite table,” the soprano spun line after line slowly and with rich poignancy; she ended the aria curled upon the table, as if refusing to leave it. And with dazzling vocal coloratura and a commanding dramatic presence she lit up the stage with the piquant “Je marche sur tous les chemins.” Her voice blossomed like the very flowers she was describing. Carefree and languid at the same time, this Manon became more than the sum of her contradictions. “N’est-ce plus ma main?” at Saint Sulpice set of a seduction worthy of Dalila.”

Willard Spiegelman – Opera News