"...these young singers understand
Puccini’s characters, especially
Jessica Sandidge, who brings
a melting soprano voice
and vulnerability to Mimi,
the winsome seamstress
stricken with tuberculosis.”
New York Times July 8, 2016
"...Soprano Jessica Sandidge sang
beautifully as Paolina, her dynamic
control and expressive
gesture notable throughout."
New York Times March 16, 2016
"The roles of the tragic couple, Mimì and
Rodolfo were well taken by Jessica Sandidge and Jonathan Tetelman. They were believable in appearance, and both possess voices of much power and beauty. Ms. Sandidge’s soprano is infused with a great deal of beauty, warmth, and brilliancy, and in solo, duet and ensemble passages it rang out with a lovely fluency."
-George B. Parous, Pittsburgh in the round July 7, 2018
"Jessica Sandidge’s belated entrance as
Galatea came as something of a
relief, all the more so for the
loveliness of her singing."
-James R. Oestreich,
The New York Times March 26, 2018
"The surprise of the evening was soprano
Jessica Sandidge’s Micaëla, who delivered
a floating, sensitively phrased
“Je dis que rien ne m’épouvante”
that elicited the show’s first bravos
from the audience."
-Joel Rozen, Parterre box May 29th, 2017