"So integral is Alesi's fusion of voice and character, she makes Violetta's emotions inhabit us as our own ... defiant colorature and vocal line that paint seamless as watercolor"
|Saugerties Post Star|
"Alesi takes the stage with style and intelligence and posseses a distinctive voice and the charisma of a world class opera star"
|The Desert Sun|
"Soprano Melody Alesi offered the audience an appealingly plaintive account of Verdi's Caro nome."
|Allen Kozinn, The New York Times|
"Alesi's Gilda was stunning. Her steady and completely unforced tone were the vocal highlight of the evening"
|The Ithaca Journal|
"Singing honors went to American soprano Melody Alesi, who was an impressive Donna Anna. Her remarkable rich soprano was perfectly demonstrated in the 'non mi dir'."
|Naples Daily News|
"Soprano Melody Alesi won the audience's heart as Gilda. The "Caro Nome" calls for transparent virtuosic singing and that's exactly what Alesi gave it."
|The Post Standard|
"A standing room audience responded to Ms. Alesi with an ovation reserved for those who make this kind of vocal and theatrical magic. Hers is a career to watch!"
|Boro Park Community News|
"Ms. Alesi was a sparkling, truly comic Norina, who soared in florid coloratura! What a singer! What an actress!"
|Tom Lenihan, Home Reporter and Sunset News|
"Indeed, Ms. Alesi's Deh Vieni in act IV of Le Nozze would have made Mozart forget Nancy Storace, his first Suzanna, for whom he wrote and rewrote the aria!"
|Ann Feldman, Sightlines|
"Clear notes, and bell-like tone. This kind of singing occurred every time Ms. Alesi was on stage. And she seemd to have that "star" quality that promises much for the future."
|Gary J. Morris, Boro Park Community News|
"An enthusiastic standing ovation was given to Ms. Melody Alesi, prize winner of the Licia Albanese Pucini Foundation"
|Bill Zakariasen, The Westsider|