Concert with the Xalapa Filarmonía

Xalapa concert

“Magnificent concert of opera in Xalapa, Veracruz”

After the intermission was Mozart’s “Deh, vieni, non tardar,” (Le nozze di Figaro), Gounod’s “Je veux vivre” (Roméo et Juliette), Mascagni’s Intermezzo (Cavaliere Rusticana), Verdi’s “Caro nome” (Rigoletto), Donizetti’s “Quel guardo il cavaliere” (Don Pasquale).
For her part, the lovely Jessica Fishenfeld with her delicate and refined voice conquered the applause of the audience.
- El Monitor de Xalapa (full review – Spanish)

Final Young Artist Concert at Palm Beach Opera

Liederabend_Photo Credit_Kelly Wagner (120)


“Soprano Jessica Fishenfeld chose three art songs by Debussy; her dramatic voice and phrasing were lovely. Fishenfeld has good vocal control and refined sound that’s beautiful to hear.”
- Rex Hearn / Palm Beach ArtsPaper (full review)

Critically Acclaimed “Ariadne auf Naxos” at Palm Beach Opera

Palm Beach Opera's "Ariadne auf Naxos" Friday, March 18, 2016

Najade in Ariadne auf Naxos

“Jessica Fishenfeld, soprano, whose lovely rounded tones were delicious as Najade.”
- Rex Hearn / Palm Beach ArtsPaper (full review)

“Soprano Jessica Fishenfeld as Najade, soprano Liana Guberman as Echo and mezzo Fleur Barron as Dryad — were wonderful in their roles as the trio of nymphs on Naxos”
- Greg Stepanich / Palm Beach ArtsPaper Review (full review)

“Jessica Fishenfeld, Fleur Barron and Liana Guberman as Ariadne’s nymphs blended to scintillating effect in trio.”
- Lawrence Budmen / South Florida Classical Review Review (full review)

Palm Beach Opera’s “Carmen”

Palm Beach Opera's "Carmen" Friday, January 22, 2016

Frasquita in Carmen

“Singing Frasquita, soprano Jessica Fishenfeld was wonderful.”
“They sang well together and were captivating with their antics.”
- Rex Hearn / Palm Beach ArtsPaper (full review)

“Soprano Jessica Fishenfeld and mezzo soprano Fleur Barron made a vivacious pair, forming an effective ensemble with the roguish smugglers.”
- David Fleshler / South Florida Classical Review (full review)

Exciting reviews at the Miami Summer Music Festival!


Susanna in Le nozze di Figaro

“In the role of Susanna, Figaro’s bride to be, soprano Jessica Fishenfeld gave a very strong performance. Susanna is a challenging role both vocally and acting wise. Fishenfeld handled the large vocal range with ease giving the audience soaring, glittering high notes as well as nice, easily audible chest tones in the lower register, particularly in the aria “Deh vieni, non tardar.” Fishenfeld has an innate comic ability and her entire performance was played with a delightful twinkle in her eye.”
- Jack Gardner / EDGEftlauderdale (full review)

“Speaking of Susanna, singing the role of Figaro’s fiance is Jessica Fishenfeld. Not only is her voice crystalline and pure, her comic timing is spot on. While most often the ingenue is either a ditz or just plain innocent, not so with Susanna. She keeps Figaro’s scheming machinations on track. Whether it’s guiding the young lover, Cherubino, out the nearest window or doing a little scheming and seducing of her own Susanna is the glue that holds everything together. In the hands of a less capable performer this role could have fallen flat, Fishenfeld carries the role and makes it her own.”
- Nate Sykes / The Shotglass Review (full review)