I Capuleti ei Montecchi:

“As Giulietta, soprano Eliza O’Malley was at the top of her game, offering elegant bel canto phrasing with a shimmering, silvery sheen.” -James Roy MacBean 


“Winthrop and O’Malley gave strong performances… The final act is … where [they] had their greatest opportunity to shine  ” -Elizabeth Warnimont, Benicia Herald

Trap Door:

“The voices, singing and interactions of the performers are stunning… Singing by these performers is of professional quality…sung and played beautifully”  -Albert Goodwyn, S.F. Bay Times

“All of the singers have beautiful operatic voices…”  -Flora Lynn Isaacson, Annette Lust Reviews

Harvest of Song:

“Soprano Eliza O’Malley’s lithe lines floated with ease” –Mark Alburger , Commuter Times

Playboy of the Western World:

“The heroine Pegeen played by soprano Eliza O’Malley appeared to master all of the complex elements” -Paul Hertelendy,

Playboy of the Western World:

“O’Malley’s ability to throw  out high Ds in a cascade of notes needs an extra round of applause.” –Jaime Robles, The Piedmont Post


“Combining expressive movement with powerful singing,  O’Malley plays Francesca…” –Adam Broner, The Piedmont Post

Dido and Aeneas:

“Excellent Evening…. An unexpected night of excitement.” Bruce Bratton,

The Old Maid and the Thief:

“…the cast was terrific… Eliza O’Malley brought clear tone and assured comic presence to the role of Miss Pinkerton.” – Georgia Rowe, Contra Costa Times

Riders to the Sea:

“…and particularly Eliza O’Malley [is] also powerfully credible…” – Jeff Kaliss, Commuter Times

Four Saints in Three Acts:

“This is the best collective performance I’ve heard all year.” – William Wu, Voice of Opera

Leonardo’s Notebook:

“…sung in Italian gorgeously by a cast of five…”  Ken Bullock, Commuter Times