Tatiana, Eugene Onegin

by Beth Stewart


Michigan Opera Theatre, 2018

Winters is beguiling as Tatyana… Her aria as she says good-bye to Onegin for the last time is the stuff of heartbreak for anyone who has lost their great love to circumstances.

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Soprano Soloist, Verdi Requiem

by Beth Stewart


Monteverdi Choir & Orchestra, 2018

A very flexible voice, flawless, with an interesting timbre, well placed piano and forte singing that carried over the wave of the orchestra. Winters is currently one of the most famous Traviatas on the operatic stage and it was easy to hear why.

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Violetta, La traviata

by Beth Stewart


Opera Australia, 2018

This is a very contemporary Violetta – musically flawless but with a convincing and enshrouding self-possession that rises to meet the implicit tragedy with which Verdi, almost against the odds, transfigures melodrama into tragedy.

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Violetta, La traviata

by Beth Stewart


Theater Basel, 2017

No one could ask for more from the role: a Traviata who delivers glittering coloratura runs as well as intimate lyrical passages, extroverted self-expression, and bitterest pain with magnificent touching intensity.
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