“Eddy was outstanding as Meg, the feisty sister who marries Brooke in defiance of their wealthy Aunt Cecilia. Her ‘Things End. Things Change’, was a first half highlight.”
The Daily Gazette
15 May 2011
“…the finest voice on the stage was the limpid soprano of Sandra Piques Eddy as her sister, Meg.”
14 May 2011
“Among her sisters, Sandra Piques Eddy gave voluptuous voice to Meg…”
The New York Observer
13 May 2011
“In the more straightforward role of Meg, Sandra Piques Eddy revealed plenty of spirit in her own right, conveyed by a strong, warm, firmly placed mezzo.”
Opera News
12 May 2011
“I was glad to have seen Little Women, for these excellent singer-actors and for Sandra Piques Eddy as Meg, the loveliest new voice I heard at Glimmerglass this summer.”
The Sunday Times (London)
11 May 2011
“Sandra Piques Eddy, as the Messenger who brings the news of Eurydice’s death and as Hope, sang with extraordinary richness of timbre and expressiveness.
The Boston Herald
10 May 2011
’”But is was mezzo Sandra Piques Eddy who, as in last year’s “Poppea”, nearly stole the show as the despairing Messenger who tells Orpheus of his wife’s death and as Hope, who leads him to the edge of the underworld to retrieve Eurydice. With her rich, velvety voice, stunning good looks (think a young Vivien Leigh) and above all her depth of feeling for every word and note she sang, she was utterly glorious.”
The Boston Herald
10 May 2011

L'ORFEO - Boston Baroque

“…mezzo Sandra Piques Eddy, who stole the show last year at Boston
Baroque’s L’Incoronazione di Poppea, was equally impressive in this production as the Messenger, who tells Orfeo of his beloved’s death. Her voice is supple; she sings with beautiful control and richly modulated feeling.”
Opera News
10 May 2011


“…charismatic mezzo Sandra Piques Eddy (Cupid) has “future star” written all over her.”
The Boston Globe
09 May 2011
“The impressive young coloratura mezzo-soprano Sandra Piques Eddy…was a disarming yet dangerous Cupid and a horny page, Valletto.”
The Boston Phoenix
08 May 2011
“Mezzo Sandra Piques Eddy nearly stole the show with her fresh sound and generous stage personality as both Amore (Cupid) and Ottavia’s randy young page, Valletto.”
The Boston Herald
08 May 2011

MADAMA BUTTERFLY - Boston Lyric Opera

“Sandra Piques Eddy, who created a sensation igniting bravura heroic-coloratura fireworks in last spring’s BU student production of La clemenza di Tito…suggests a Kate Pinkerton who is more than a cipher.”
The Boston Phoenix
07 May 2011

SALOME - Glimmerglass Opera

“..and only the lovely dark tone of Sandra Piques Eddy (Page of Herodias) registered strongly.”
American Record Guide
06 May 2011

LA CLEMENZA DI TITO - Opera Institute

“Mezzo Soprano Sandra Piques Eddy, a national semi-finalist in the 2000 Metropolitan Opera auditions, sang and acted with blazing conviction in a compelling, emotionally uninhibited performance that recalled the coiled-spring intensity of the young Tatiana Troyanos.”
The Boston Globe
05 May 2011
“…last week I saw two Clemenza’s. The second was a student production from the BU Opera Program. Could a young mezzo-soprano hold up to Hunt-Lieberson’s standards? Well, Sandra Piques Eddy, the opening night Sesto was quite something. She had a dramatic voice that really opened up, and she delivered the vocal bravura.”
The Boston Phoenix
04 May 2011

PRINCESS IDA - Ohio Light Opera

“the mellifluous Sandra Piques Eddy…”
Opera News
03 May 2011
“The high point of the piece was a sizzling gypsy dance number, hauntingly sung by mezzo-soprano Sandra Piques Eddy.”
The Repository
02 May 2011
“The vocal highlight of the performance is Sandra Piques Eddy’s solo as La Cantadora.”
The Daily Record
02 May 2011


“First-rate among the singers is the Cantadora of Piques Eddy. She has a richly voluptuous mezzo sound, generously produced in authentic style.”
American Record Guide
02 May 2011

THE ZOO - Ohio Light Opera

“….The couple equally balanced by a passionate, gorgeously sung Eliza Smith from Sandra Piques Eddy and a romantic Thomas Brown by Gary Moss.”
Charles H.ParsonsInnocent Merriment
01 May 2011