Recital: On the Margins of the Opéra Comique with Kenneth Merrill and Salon/Sanctuary Concerts
“Ms. Ringle has a true mezzo sound, unlike many singers who claim that fach. It has a distinctive timbre that filled the auditorium of the Abigail Adams Smith House. Ms. Ringle's French is flawless and her phrasing high in musicality."
-- Voce di Meche October 2016
M in The Rose and the Knife (Nuits d'Été and Lieder eines fahrenden gesellen) with Loft Opera
“The songs never felt distorted to fit the narrative, with Dean Buck conducting a substantial, agile, well-balanced orchestra. But the two singers, directed by John de los Santos, were the main reason the 50-minute performance was consistently riveting... Fearlessly focused, Ms. Ringle sounded mellow and melancholy, her mezzo taking on an otherworldly luminousness in “Au cimetière” and a poignant richness in “L’île inconnue.” It was a show deserving of its big crowd.”
-- Zachary Woolfe, The New York Times August 2015
Everyday Icon: NY Metropolitan Opera Singer, Rebecca Ringle
Ringle first began singing opera at age 15, when she was growing up in Los Alamos, New Mexico, and fell in love with it, because the classical music made her feel connected to the rest of the world in a way that nothing else did.