Verdi's Requiem-Portland Symphonic Choir

"Nassief sang majestically...She definitely got the last word in the 'Libera me' section. Her voice soared and her emotion was heartfelt and genuine."

James Bash, Northwest Reverb
Verdi's Requiem: Richmond Symphony Orchestra and Chorus

"Nassief is a first-class artist, vital and assured. Her singing in the 'Libera Me,' coming at the Requiem's close, managed to blend the smooth with the raw: an expert, yet aching, please for deliverance."

Anne Timberlake, Richmond Times-Dispatch
"Bernstein's Symphony No. 3 "Kaddish"-Baltimore Symphony Orchestra

"Soprano Kelley Nassief, alone in a balcony above the stage, began her second movement solo with an exquisite pianissimo and proceeded to shape the rising phrases most tenderly."

Tim Smith, Baltimore Sun
Bernstein's Symphony No. 3 "Kaddish - National Symphony Orchestra

"And Nassief - dark toned... - was a rich and tender presence."

Anne Midgette, The Washington Post
Vaughan Williams' A Sea Symphony - Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

"Nassief, whose awards include winning the 1995 Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, projected a voice of beauty and power, easily able to ride the symphonic waves."

Janelle Gelfand, Cincinnati Enquirer
Fortieth Anniversary Gala - Washington Choral Arts Society

"Guest soprano Kelley Nassief sang the 'Song to the Moon' from Dvorak's 'Rusalka' with such warmth, lyricism and tonal luxury taht she made one wonder why this aria isn't every bit as famous as 'O mio babbino caro' or that fruited duet from 'Lakme...Mark 'Moon' down for the great suprese operatic hit of 2010."

The Washington Post
Staruss' Four Last Songs - Naples Philharmonic

"The featured guest sopano, Kelley Nassief, brought tears to my eyes. What an utterly glorious voice. Nassief's performance of Richard Strauss' 'Four Last Songs' was staggeringly beautiful. ...[H]ers is a voice you want to hear over and over."

Naples Daily Sun
Mendelssohn's Elijah - with Kurt Masur

"Kelley Nassief, an American previously heard only in small roles, gave a beautiful account of the soprano solos, which might have stolen the show from any lesser a prophet than Mr. Terfel. She sang with wonderful sensitivity and an unfailingly lovely tone, clear, free and flexible. Bigger things are obviously in store for her."

The New York Times
Classical music: A gripping all-Bernstein concert at DSO’s Soluna fest

"Soprano Kelley Nassief supplied rich, expressive singing."

Scott Cantrell, Dallas Morning News
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