"Kathryne Jennings offered a superb Elvira (Italiana in Algeri)."
“Soprano Kathryne Jennings is amusing as his fashion-conscious wife (Swedish Baroness) ,…” (La Vie Parisienne)
The Boston Globe
“The male singers were matched by some equally impressive and consistently strong performances by … and Kathryne Jennings (debut) as the Baroness Christina. … and Jennings rendered interpretations of their roles that were truly infectious; their voices were wonderfully rich and full and their facial expressions were hilarious.” (La vie Parisienne)
Kathryne Jennings uses her exceptionally pure and lyrical voice to touching effect in "Seven children dead” … (The Crucible)
"This year it was Kathryne Jennings, an energetic and substantial-voiced Adele, who made off with the singing laurels." (Die Fledermaus)
The Boston Globe
"She (Kathryne Jennings) seemed quite at home in two arias from The Marriage of Figaro, her voice clearly audible and well balanced." (Orchestral concert)
The Washington Post
"Kathryne Jennings (Susanna) was very effective in her difficult role. Her light voice interpreted well the many moods required of her role, and she revealed superb dramatic skills. She gave an elegant rendering of the delicate 'Deh vieni'."
Santa Rosa Press-Democrat
"Kathryne Jennings made a perfect Pamina with her flowing blond locks and clear, supple soprano." (Die Zauberflöte)
The Providence Journal
"Kathryne Jennings rounds out the stellar cast in the role of Despina, the maid. Her comic acting skills are fully as strong as her impressive singing." (Così fan tutte)
Greensboro News and Record
"Yum-Yum's second act solo was gloriously sung by Kathryne Jennings."
"Kathryne Jennings is a spirited and spicy Musetta. Her well-controlled voice has
warmth and richness." (La Bohème)
The Californian (Bakersfield)
"The show's strongest actress, Kathryne Jennings, is perfectly delicious as the saucy maid, Despina." (Così fan tutte)
The Charlotte Observer
"Kathryne Jennings has a full voice with remarkable purity of tone. It's a delight to hear her control when she sings softly. Her attention to style, period, ornamentation, and meaning are also admirable." (Solo recital)
The Commercial Appeal (Memphis)
"Ms. Jennings has a lovely lyrical soprano voice capable of projecting the James Agee text (Barber's Knoxville) with exceptional clarity. Ms. Jennings shaded her choice of vocal timbre to suit the poetry with expertise. In today's vocal climate, it is refreshing to hear such a promising young singer as Ms. Jennings. Her characterization of the Barber work was a delight to see and hear." (Knoxville: Summer of 1915)