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Raleigh, NC 27609
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IN CONCERT WITH: North Carolina, Durham, and Honolulu Symphonies:

The highlight of last night's concert was your rendition of Arlen/Mercer's "Blues in the Night" and the audiences response to your performance of it. It was a truly spontaneous reaction from the public and the orchestra that was both sincere and justified. Take ANOTHER bow! You deserve it! My response to your talents is the same as when I first heard you: There isn't a singer in the world that could not profit from your considerable artistry and your exceptional "presentation" of the material. You "inhabit" it, you "live" it... and this is totally organic and natural. I am reminded of Maria Callas. (From me, the Ultimate Compliment to a performer.) And if you haven't already, please put my name on your list of references. I see you now as being part of our NCSO "extended family"! All the best, Maestro Bill Curry Resident Conductor, North Carolina Symphony

Rozlyn Sorrell Sings: Blues in the Night -

"... deep, rich chest tones as well as roof-raising high notes... examples of vocal virtuosity to which everyone in the audience responded with shouts of appreciation." - Classical Voice of North Carolina

Rozlyn Sorrell's "Valse de Ko-Ko" sent chills down my spine. Oh, what a voice she has! - Karen E. Moorman - Classical Voice of North Carolina

Soprano Rozlyn Sorrell embodied the blues style in a moving "My Man's Gone Now," Filled with evocative portamento. At the end of the song , she slid up as the orchestra slid down in a stylized keeping over the dead, an effect that raised goose bumps. - Ruth O. Bingham, Honolulu Star Bulletin

...and Rozlyn Sorrell "My Man's Gone Now," embodied a high lonesome sound that also seethed with bitterness. - Gregory Shepherd, The Honolulu Advertiser

Rozlyn Sorrell: Performance Excerpts

...soprano Rozlyn Sorrell's chill, stratospherically spiraling grief in Jester Hairston's arrangement of "Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child"... John Henken, The Los Angeles Times

Rozlyn Sorrell, brilliant soprano,...Her tones were crystal clear, and her diction was impeccable. ...and the audience gave her thunderous applause following each of her arias. Frank Milton McCoy, The Los Angeles Sentinel

National Recording Artist

With her six octave range, Rozlyn serves up a little something for everyone; from traditional, classic contemporary and inspirational to smooth jazz sounds and more in the style of Yolanda Adams, Babbie Mason, Cece Winans and Sandi Patty.

Audio Samples

It’s Never Too Late

My Song For You

Once in a Lifetime

I’ve Got to Sing My Song

Crystal Cathedral Excerpts

I Look to You