"The best voice of the evening belonged to Avery Peterman, who sang the role of Pamina. The soprano brought a sweet, rich tone to her desperate plea to Sarastro. Even small moments, such as the flourish at the end of her duet with Papageno, came off with style and grace. And in her lament at what appears to be Tamino’s indifference, she sang with easy and accurate fast notes and expressive ornamentations in a lustrous voice redolent with grief."
-David Fleshler, South Florida Classical Review