" The beautiful young singer who began her career as mezzo has replaced her voice in that of the highest female tessitura. And how high! That night Zamorano reached Fa's and Mi's that possibly had never been heard in the place. Many of us feared the cracking of the beautiful stained glass windows...
Zamorano has worked diligently on her craft and offered an evening... of the most beautiful and difficult operas of the repertoire: Lucia di Lammermoor by Donizetti; La Traviata by Verdi, and La Sonnambula by Bellini.
In all of them, she was bright, and bordering on perfection. Zamorano that night could be compared with some of the biggest divas of the moment. We look forward to seeing her reap the rewards and applause on major stages."
- Daniel Fernandez, El Nuevo Herald
"Zamorano has a large and expansive soprano voice. It has a bell like quality to it that makes it very suitable to operatic singing.
She also has the ability to belt in the musical theater style and is quite good at it, but the classical singing is where she really shines."
- Jack Gardner, Edge Miami