IN REVIEW

Sonenberg's The Summer King (World Premiere)

"Jasmine Muhammad was fetching in both sound and presence as the coquettish Hattie."  —Opera News

"...while Jasmine Muhammad’s luscious soprano enhances the lines afforded to the flirtatious Hattie."  —Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

"Jasmine Muhammad thrills as long-time hard-luck mistress Hattie."
—Pittsburgh City Paper

 

"Knoxville: Summer of 1915" with Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra

​​"Soprano Jasmine Muhammad made the music live in full dimension... “Knoxville” was proof of her immense growth during her now completed three years as a Pittsburgh Opera resident artist. Always an astute interpreter, her voice has filled out magnificently and has the heft, richness and luster that should bring her a big career."  —Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

 

Bizet's Carmen

"Playing Micaela, artist Jasmine Muhammad had a powerful, sterling voice"
—Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

"[Glueckert and] soprano Jasmine Muhammad each sang beautifully and were especially impressive singing together."  —Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

 

Handel's Rodelinda

"Jasmine Muhammad, who played Rodelinda, has a powerful voice and dramatic sensibility..."  —Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

"Soprano Jasmine Muhammad offered a compelling performance in the title role. She was both regal and human...Muhammad sang with gorgeous tone and clean, precise lines.  —Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

 

Nico Muhly's Dark Sisters

"As Eliza, soprano Jasmine Muhammad showed off her gorgeous voice and natural sense of drama in the demanding lead role ... her voice was chillingly beautiful."
—Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

"Jasmine Muhammd gives an intense but finely nuanced portrayal of Eliza."
—Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

 

Mozart's The Magic Flute

"Jasmine Muhammad's gorgeous, plush soprano dominated the trio of the Queen's ladies."  —Opera News

 

Pittsburgh Opera's Grand & Glorious Concert

"Other resident singers who made an impression were ... Jasmine Muhammad, whose bright, full soprano soared in the trio from Strauss’s “Der Rosenkavalier.”
—Pittsburgh Post-Gazette