"Elizabeth Reiter was a superb Zerlina, the voice rich and silvery, the character a feisty flirt."
~ The Boston Globe
“What a magnificent surprise to hear Elizabeth Reiter sing Amina, the sleepwalking soprano in danger of losing her groom-to-be. Reiter is first-rank, no question... Reiter, a slip of a girl, acted very much a bride, full of enthusiasm she couldn’t contain, later torn by despair. Her bel canto - huge, securely on pitch, playfully unforced - still rings in my ears.”
~ Broadstreet Review/WRTI Radio
"Reiter was terrific, a very vital lyric soprano with stellar pitch and attack wedded to fiercely communicative instincts."
~ Opera Magazine
"Elizabeth Reiter is a Pamina for whom Mozart would have written extra arias."
~ Chicago Stage Style