"As the neglected Countess Almaviva, Jennifer Zamorano made her entrance in sunglasses and shipping bags. It was easy to accept her as a woman of dignity, reduced to seeking help from her servant, Susanna. She shone in both arias --"Porgi amor" and "Dove sono", eliciting compassion in the midst of all that hilarity. Her instrument has a lovely vibrato and opens up beautifully in the upper register."

- Meche Kroop, Voce di Meche

"Soprano, Jennifer Zamorano sang “Art is Calling for Me” from Victor Herbert’s 1911 operetta, The Enchantress. Zamorano brought glamour, agile vocal acrobatics and idiomatic lightness to Herbert’s period showpiece."

- Lawrence Budmen, South Florida Classical Review

"Zamorano, brillante soprano más dedicada a lo operístico, posee una voz hermosa y poderosísima."

- Daniel Fernandez, El Nuevo Herald


"Todos magníficos, pero en especial Jennifer Zamorano, que encarnó a la autoritaria y ridícula Lady Billows."

- Daniel Fernandez, El Nuevo Herald

"Jennifer Zamorano was a comically imperious Lady

Billows with the powerful high range and projection to match."

- Lawrence Budmen, South Florida Classical Review

"Jennifer Zamorano gave a fine performance as Lady Billows. Zamorano's dramatic soprano voice has the size and weight to it that allows it to be heard in the back corners of the hall."

- Jack Gardner, Edge Media Network

"The general commentary at the intermission and reception at the end of the St. Hugh-Steinway Series opening concert on Friday the 13th, was the "extraordinary transformation" of soprano, Jennifer Zamorano. 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 that adorn the iconic, St. Hugh Temple in the Coconut Grove neighborhood.

Zamorano has worked diligently on her profession and offered an evening with a generous sample of her spectacular progress with arias and duets from three 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

"Highlight moments were Zamorano's performance of "Think of Me" from Phantom of the Opera...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 Media Network

"The final section of the program featured coloratura soprano Jennifer Zamorano. The statuesque Ms Zamorano truly looked doll-like in mauve for her first number, The Doll Song from Offenbach’s Tales of Hoffman.

Ms Zamorano returned to the stage in layers of vivid red tulle to complete the afternoon with Puccini’s sublime "O Mio Babbino Caro" which had the audience swooning,

and "Sempre Libera" from Verdi’s opera La Traviata.

Ms Zamorano showed plenty of pyrotechnics with the demanding leaps and bravura of the vocal lines. "

The Tempo Times