La Boheme, New York City Opera

Elizabeth Caballero presented a Musetta who was temperamental but not overdone, with a voice you want to hear more of.

The New York Times – 9/11/06

For this performance, we were blessed with such a performer, the Cuban soprano Elizabeth Caballero. I wasn’t at all surprised that she was so expert, as she dazzled last season… Here she was wonderful…her ever-evolving phrasing making the most of her star turn. When she then dumps that bottle over the head of the smitten Marcello, her voice changes, if only for a moment, to that of the heartless temptress. Lord Harewood once remarked that the genius of “Bohème” is that it laughs while it weeps. This savvy lady caught exactly that poignant mood.”

The New York Sun – 9/18/06

As Musetta, the Cuban-born soprano Elizabeth Caballero provided the evening’s most show-stopping performance with her second-act “Quando men vo,” offering a thrilling balance of pearly tone, exacting technique and brazen physicality.

The New York Times – 9/11/06