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Molly Quinn made the most of her flickering and then soaringly riveting appearances in front of the choir, in and out of Dominick DiOrio’s I Am, a prayerfully-tinged, bittersweet launching pad for her literally spine-tingling flights to the upper registers as it wound up on an optimistic note.

Steve Smith

“And Molly Quinn, soprano, brought a prim, radiant sweetness to the finale’s childlike vision of heaven.” Mahler’s Fourth Symphony.

Joshua Kosman

Quinn’s account of “Sì dolce è il tormento” (“So sweet is the torment”) was full of ardent directness.”

David Shengold

Molly Quinn made him a lovely, feisty companion, her soprano aptly less soubrette than a delicate lyric.” (Papagena, Die Zauberflöte)


Corinna Fonesca-Wollheim

In the motet “Pulchra es” she(Jolle Greenleaf) joined her fellow soprano Molly Quinn in a duet of arresting sweetness and simplicity, their voices carefully matched in purity and expression. They delivered the difficult passage — the throaty rhythmic quickening of early-17th-century vocal music — with practiced precision.” (Green Mountain Project, Vespers of 1610)