"Carina DiGianfilippo commanded the stage as the flirtatious Musetta, hamming up her performance of the opera’s most famous aria “Quando m’en vo’” with comedic physicality. Basking in the energy of an adoring audience and well-lit by designer David Orlando, DiGianfilippo was a vision."
-The Theatre Times, La Bohème
"His [Paull-Anthony Keightley] adorable Papagena was Carina DiGianfilippo, as spirited a moppet in her cheerleader uniform as she was crotchety a crone in her rags."
-Opera News, Die Zauberflöte
"The serene sounds of The Flower Duet [Carina DiGianfilippo and Eliza Bonet] by Delibes spill out across the vestibule, enchanting all in their midst."
-Portland Press Herald
"DiGianfilippo possesses some star quality, illuminated by her radiant face and vibrant voice."
-The NewsHouse, The Gondoliers
“Carina DiGianfilippo’s Donna was the evening’s most fleshed-out character, portrayed with care and nuance. The story, which felt too real to be just satirical, confronts a dating world where the bar for decency in a man is impossibly low. With a gentle plot twist in the final bars, DiGianfilippo’s winsome voice assumed soft but weighty resignation to countless one-sided conversations to come.”
-The Boston Globe
"Musetta and Marcello's connection was fun and tempestuous in the right ways, and Carina DiGianfilippo's Musetta traversed the stage with a voice as playful and sharp as her mannerisms."
-Schmopera, La Bohème
"Carina DiGianfilippo (Adele) was another performances I was enchanted by for her incredible voice and her calm yet enrapturing stage presence. As DiGianfilippo sings about her dreams of becoming a movie star and playfully mocks Eisenstein for his plight, she lights up the room and her voice soars."
-The Theatre Times, Die Fledermaus