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“The soprano soloist, LaToya Lain, had a gorgeous voice, with deep sincerity of expression and a wonderful variety of colors – she reminded me of a combination of what is best about Leontyne Price and Jessye Norman.” – Frank Daykin, New York Concert Review, Inc. Carnegie Hall

“The performance benefits from four excellent guest soloists, all big-voiced Verdian singers. LaToya Lain has a rich, vibrant mezzo-soprano.” (The Greenville News)

“The guest singers did a marvelous job…I’m particularly biased toward the mezzo-soprano, LaToya Lain, who was extremely classy and had a wonderfully rich voice.” (

“I would have cast Lain as Butterfly and Brian Myer as Pinkerton because they both have well-trained, crystal clear vocal instruments that were equally powerful. Plus, they were the only two who knew how to project feelings and used that to connect with the audience. Lain was definitely the MVP of this production.” (The Rebel Yell, Las Vegas, NV)

“LaToya Lain played the character of Carmen perfectly. From the moment she came down the stairs in the opening act, the audience was captivated. She had Ham Hall in the palm of her hands with her outstanding range and stamina. She hit every note perfectly and was an absolute showstopper.” (The Rebel Yell, Las Vegas NV)

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