Violetta Valery in Opera Cleveland's La Traviata

Corbisiero’s voice is an intriguing instrument, capable of negotiating the part’s variedchallenges with a timbre that mixes fire with ice......Corbisiero is such an intense and intelligent presence that she always brings Violetta’s plights into striking focus. Her shading of “Addio del passato” and the death scene were deeply affecting.

Don Rosenberg

Cleveland Plain Dealer

Violetta Valery in Opera Cleveland's La Traviata

Gianna Corbisiero sang a luminous Violetta, shaping phrase after phrase with greatease. Her lyric coloratura made the progression from the frivolous roulades in Act I to the cries of despair in the final scene seem inevitable.

Allen Montgomery

Opera News Online

Nedda in I Pagliacci at L'Opéra de Québec

The soprano is of such a beautiful sensuality in the role of Nedda that we must also equally salute her incredible talent of comic actress as well!

Jocelyne Tourangeau

Planète Québec

Musetta in La Bohème at Opéra de Montréal

A great asset to the performance was Gianna Corbisiero as the irrepressible Musetta. Her soaringly radiant voice and lively stage bearing in acts I and II were as striking as her display of compassion in the fourth.

Ilse Zadrozny

The Montreal Gazette

Festival International du Domaine Forget

Let us underline the intensity of Gianna Corbisiero: this woman has the sense of drama in her blood. Her l’Altra Notte, of Mefistofele by Boito....took our breath away. She reminded me of the finale scene in La Traviata, where she is equally captivating , let alone her Act I aria in La Boheme, inhabiting the skin of convincing and touching.

Guy Marceau

La Presse

First Night Gala, Cleveland Opera and Richard Tucker Foundation

If there’s justice in the opera world, we’ll be hearing more from Gianna Corbisiero, who poured riveting, Callas-like intensity into “L’Altra Notte” of Arrigo Boito.

Don Rosenberg

Cleveland Plain Dealer

Opéra de Montréal Gala

Of the 25 numbers, I first retain the duet of the soprano Gianna Corbisiero and the young cellist Stéphane Tétreault… in the famous aria of Dalila, “Mon coeur s’ouvre à ta voix”… Ms Corbisiero with a voice still astonishing in its power and expression…

Claude Gingras

La Presse