Vocalist - Soprano
The Bradbury Tattoos - Concert: Nova

"The composer displayed his gift for melody in 'Zero Hour,' and soprano Alexandra Schoeny sang them beautifully."

Janelle Gelfland, Cincinnati Business Courier
Alliance, ASO collaborate on an adventurous ‘Candide’

"Soprano Alexandra Schoeny (as Cunegonde) skillfully scales the decidedly demanding aria 'Glitter and Be Gay.'"

Bert Osborne, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
‘Fellow Travelers’ at the 2018 Prototype Festival

"Inhabiting the rancorous homophobic Miss Lightfoot, even during scene changes, soprano Alexandra Schoeny spews venom with coloratura flourishes."

Navida Stein, Stage Buddy
“Fellow Travelers” explores forbidden love in McCarthy’s shadow at Prototype Festival

"...Schoeny as the proletarian Miss Lightfoot sashayed about the stage, singing prettily about her gossip magazines, quiz shows and other amusements."

David Wright, New York Classical Review
Fellow Travelers - Cincinnati Opera

"Alexandra Schoeny was a venomous presence as Miss Lightfoot ..."

Fred Cohn, Opera News
‘Fellow Travelers’ and ‘Fidelio’: Forbidden Loves

"Alexandra Schoeny was nicely spiteful as Hawk’s secretary. "

Heidi Waleson, Wall Street Journal
Cruise, control

"Alexandra Schoeny is the conniving Miss Lightfoot."

Donna Anna, Parterre Box
Deeply felt ‘Fellow Travelers’ makes powerful impression

"... the tension of the McCarthy era was felt in whispers during the Christmas party, office suspicions and finger-pointing, particularly by Fuller’s secretary, Miss Lightfoot (well performed by Alexandra Schoeny)."

Janelle Gelfand, Cincinnati Inquirer
Fellow Travelers

"Alexandra Schoeny [is] a venomous presence as Miss Lightfoot."

Fred Cohn, Opera News
Solid Eugene Symphony performance highlighted by confident, polished pianist Watts

"American soprano Alexandra Schoeny produced a luminous sound and delivered the German words with pellucid clarity ... her voice shone with cherubic radiance."

Terry McQuilkin, Eugene Register-Guard
'Opera2day resumes excellent Médée'

“The American soprano Alexandra Schoeny produced a beautiful Dircé (the woman for whom Jason leaves Médée). Her vocal tone sounded warm and her acting was also strong.”

Laura Roling, Opera2day (Netherlands)
LumenoCity Encore Thrilling

“Soprano Alexandra Schoeny took a star turn with ‘Glitter and Be Gay’ from Bernstein’s Candide.”

Mary Ellyn Hutton, Music in Cincinnati
In 'Aida,' Cincinnati Opera mounts a spectacle (with depth, too)

“Worth mentioning is the off-stage voice of the High Priestess, whose fervent, ethereal quality is required to make the consecration of Radames come across as the serious business it obviously is. The part was wonderfully filled by Alexandra Schoeny, a hometown product who had vital roles to play in all four productions of this company’s excellent 2013 season.”

Jay Harvey, Upstage
AIDA - Cincinnati Opera

“The offstage High Priestess of Alexandra Schoeny was firmly projected and hauntingly beautiful.”

Opera News
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