"Three very different sopranos took on the three illusive lovers...Amal El-Shrafi was truly operatic, as well was warmly romantic as the doomed Antonia."
-Jim Lowe, Rutland Herald (Tales of Hoffmann)
"This is her first time singing this role," said Wright. "I'm just bowled over by how she takes the character and feeds it back out to the audience. I think she's going to be a genuine star."
Lawrence Specker, Alabama.com (Pagliacci)
"In the chorus roles, tenor Jonathan Price and soprano Amal El-Shrafi each sang with clear diction and a resonance that filled the intimate theater."
Anthony Keebaugh, Boston Classical Review
(Rape of Lucretia)
"Anna Bridgman, Amal El-Shrafi and Blake Jennings are gorgeously eerie as the heart and soul of the coven of witches that sets the drama in action."
Nancy Maxwell, Addison Independent (Macbeth)
"The Greek Chorus consisted of Jessica Doolan, Amal-El-Shrafi and Victoria Rodriguez. They made for a tantalizing trio of future Rhine maidens."
Nino Pantano, Brooklyn Discovery (Ruth)
Opera Resume, 2020