“Fortunato sang and acted the role with passion, sympathy and lustrous tone."
- The Boston Globe
"D'Anna Fortunato...gave a lovely and feeling performance of Neris' Aria." - New York Times
"D’Anna Fortunato’s knack for articulating clearly was a decided asset; her rich, communicative tone was another. She seemed to relish the multiple assignments...Fortunato sang a couple of elegant German arias by Handel with finesse...The mezzo also offered a warm and gently expressive account of Brahms’ songs from Opus 91.” - Florida Sun Sentinel
“a mezzo-soprano of profound musicality and technical aplomb” - The Village Voice
"sung with flawless pulchritude by mezzo, D'Anna Fortunato." - American Record Guide
“Highest honors in the strong cast go to mezzo-soprano D’Anna Fortunato….jumping accurately through leaps and vocal hoops with the text still intact and the musicality appropriate to the situation.” - Opera News
"a fitting vehicle for the soloist's rich tone and expressive style,...
Fortunato sang...in a declamatory style richly adorned with vocal ornaments...magnificent." - The Portland Press Herald
“Mezzo-soprano D’Anna Fortunato consistently meets the challenge with restrained emotion that finds freedom where both text and music require...the singer demonstrates a clear and sensitive understanding of both the poetry and the music.”
- International Alliance for Women in Music Journal