Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall

"...After intermission, Ms. Brown began with Gordon and Warren's The More I See You from the 1945 movie Diamond Horseshoe. She continued with Burke and Garner's equally famous Misty and scored high marks on both tunes for her clear words and warm, gentle sound.
...Gospel tunes, the clear domain of Ms. Brown ended the recital... The final one, All Night, All Day was a duet arrangement by the two singers. Ms. Brown and Molinari-Hagner 'hit it out of the park.' They garnered an instant...standing ovation from their audience and fans." --New York Concert Review (Winter 2007)

Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall
Ms. Brown made her debut at the renowned Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall in May 2000 with great success. “The highlight of these works was Rossini’s ‘Una voce poco fà’ from The Barber of Seville. Ms. Brown navigated this challenging terrain admirably, executing impressive leaps, often to the upper end of her range. These high notes, which one could easily mar with inaccurate pitch or harsh timbral qualities, bloomed beautifully from Ms. Brown’s mouth. Moreover, she not only sang impressively, but also exhibited an endearing coquettish persona as she did so. By the end of this piece, Ms. Brown and Ms. Cheadle had completely won over the audience." --
New York Concert Review (Summer 2000, Vol. 7 No. 2)

Contemporary Auditorium Concert
"Peggy Brown’s soprano was heard in all its loveliness in two familiar arias from Handel operas, 'Ombra mai fu' from Xerxes and 'Let the Bright Seraphim' from Samson. Brown’s was truly a warm full-bodied sound, notably in Violetta’s aria." --The Times - Trenton (September 29, 1999)

Peggy performing in Fiuggi, Italy