“Grunewald commands a scale of voice and temperament rarely encoun­tered in a climate that favors transpar­ent, phonogenic lyric instruments. In roles such as Amneris, Ortrud and Santuzza, she can galvanize a stage. ”

Click here to read David Shengold’s full review in Time Out New York

“American Mezzo-soprano Eugenie Grunewald is one of the rare artists who excels not only in the dramatic roles of Verdi and Wagner, but also in the Bel Canto repertoire. She is also becoming known for her dramatic abilities as well as her vocal artistry. Eugenie Grunewald regularly sings leading roles with such important US companies as the Lyric Opera of Chicago and San Francisco Opera, and in Europe, in such theaters as Barcelona and Hamburg.”

Read an interview with Eugenie Grunewald, the cover story in the Feb. 2004 issue of Classical Singer Magazine.

Check out her personal website for more information.