ROMILDA in Handel's 'SERSE'
(INSeries & Tehran Symphony)
ARTICLE: Iranian and American Musicans Join Forces to
Spread Joy Amid the Pandemic.
ARTEMIS MOSHTAGHIAN, CNN NEWS
"Jaely Chamberlain as the adored Romilda sang with a gentle loveliness"
ANNE MIDGETTE, THE WASHINGTON POST
"Chamberlain affected me deeply with both her nuanced characterization and phrasing."
SUSAN GALBRAITH, DC THEATRE SCENE
TOM CIPULLO'S 'GLORY DENIED
(New York Opera Festival / Opera Upper West)
THE MAGIC OF IRVING BERLIN
"Jaely Chamberlain seemed to know instinctively how to express and sell each song, hitting the emotional highs and lows ranging from poignancy to good humor."
TERRY PONICK, COMM DIGITAL NEWS
"With a shining soprano voice and a sparkle in her eye, Jaely Chamberlain charms when she delivers 'You’d Be Surprised' and 'Say It Isn’t So.' Chamberlain and Matthews also evoke memories of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers during their delightful duet, 'Cheek to Cheek.'"
JEFFREY WALKER, DC THEATRE SCENE
"Jaely Chamberlain filled the role of the sweetly sexy woman from that era. She has a strong soprano and she dominated the pieces 'You’d Be Surprised' and 'Say it Isn’t So.'"
ELLE MARIE SULLIVAN,