Lise Lindstrom lends her “silvery but powerful” soprano to Turandot in Detroit

In her Michigan Opera Theatre debut as Puccini’s Turandot, Lise Lindstrom has garnered popular and critical applause. The Detroit News hailed the American soprano’s performance, noting that “Lindstrom’s silvery but powerful voice attacked her high B’s and C’s with laser-like accuracy. She didn’t just sing those notes, she annihilated them.”

The News went on to add, “When Lindstrom delivers [Turandot’s] lines, you believe her. But this was no square, one-dimensional portrayal: Lindstrom invested her part with a fragile vulnerability, singing with as much delicacy as heft.”

Lise’s performances of Turandot at the Detroit Opera house continue May 14 and 17. Click here to read a feature interview between Lise and the Detroit News.