Interview with ABC News 10 covering a performance in support of Peace, Dignity, and Democracy at the historic Spreckels Organ Pavilion in San Diego. Over $15,000 in donations were received to provide humanitarian relief for Ukrainian refugees in partnership with San Diego Civic Organist Raúl Prieto Ramírez, the Spreckels Organ Society, the San Diego Diplomacy Council, and Forever Balboa Park.
Berta, The Barber of Seville
"Berta, the governess, played to perfection by Sarah-Nicole Carter, makes brief but often hilarious appearances in which she bemoans her life as a spinster and is clearly annoyed by the shrewd Doctor Bartolo." Front Row Reviewers
"In the role of the ever-observant servant Berta, Sarah-Nicole Carter delivers a small gem of an aria about the foolishness of her well-bred employers during what feels like the opera’s seventh-inning stretch." HJ News
"Watch for Sarah-Nicole Carter as Berta, the governess, who [steals] a few moments of [her] own, often as an aside to the main action."
"Sarah-Nicole Ruddy-Carter conveys a sharp wit and wistfulness as the lovelorn maid Berta..."
Kate, Pirates of Penzance, San Diego Opera
"As Kate, one of the more outspoken sisters, Sarah-Nicole Carter’s fiery mezzo-soprano added verve and vibrant color to the sisters’ ensemble."
San Diego Story
"Debuting artist Sarah-Nicole Carter (mezzo, Kate)... contributed likeable comic appeal."
William Blake Songs, Nick Reveles
"Mezzo-soprano Sarah-Nicole Carter gave a winning account of Reveles’ set of three unrelated songs by William Blake."
San Diego Story
Missa Solemnis, Beethoven, Utah Festival Opera
"California resident Sarah-Nicole Ruddy's velvety alto shone in the last two movements when it rose confidently above the orchestra."
Salt Lake Tribune