Dorabella, Opera Ireland
Mary Bowen is a babe who can sing and act…none of the many highlights failed to reach out and grip! Mozart was the star of the evening, but he was aided by the casts’ and conductor’s contribution. This was shown by their tight ensemble and beautiful sounds with solid musical and theatrical craft.
-The Irish Times
USA Mezzo Soprano Mary Bowen (Dorabella) and Italian Soprano Sara Galli (Fiordiligi) complimented each other in personality and tone…it was a cast of the highest quality.
-Irish Business Post
Mezzo Soprano Mary Bowen as Dorabella plays the ‘ladies-who-don’t-lunch’ ditziness of the sisters brilliantly. Bowen contributed greatly to the cause of the audiences’ giddy laughter on many occasions.
Donna Elvira, Opera di Zapopan (Mexico)
Mary Bowen performed the style of Mozart with rich color and strong vocal timbre.
-El Informador (Gudadlajara, Mexico)
Prince Orlofsky, Dayton Opera
Keeping up the wonderful pace of the comedy was the singing and the acting of Mary Bowen (debut with the company) in the pants role of Prince Orlofsky.
-The Oakwood Register
Flora, Opera Southwest
Mary Bowen as Flora lends her vibrant and vivacious mezzo leaving one hoping to hear her in more substantial parts.
-Albuquerque Sunday Journal
Der Komponist, Sorg Opera
Mary Bowen was an engaging Composer with a rich, flexible voice.
All Haydn Concert Soloist with Kentucky Symphony
Ms. Bowen was remarkably compelling in the cantata…she lit up the stage both with her acting and bright singing.