“ Standout soprano soloist Stephanie Moore mesmerized the audience with her pure tessitura in the hauntingly lovely piece, Music for a While by Purcell. The ensemble matched her in delicate nuance, achieving a texture akin to fine lace.”

-KCMETROPOLIS, “Shades of Beauty”, Gayle Hathorne

“Soprano, Stefanie Moore was featured in the all-vocal arrangement of Purcell’s Music for A While… Ms. Moore gave a pristine performance.”

-Lawrence Journal World, “No place like home for Simon Carrington Chamber Singers”, Megan Brown Helm

“The unheralded hero of Sunday’s Concert by the Texas Bach Choir was Interstate 35, the road that delivered several excellent instrumentalists and a first-class young soprano, Stefanie Moore”.
“Moore, the standout soloist in both pieces…”
“Moore’s instrument on Sunday was bright but warm and velvety, her aim absolutely secure, her technique agile.  She has mastered the baroque style of vocal production and delivered runs and ornaments with click-stop precision.” 

-San Antonio Express-News

"Soprano glistens in baroque style” 

-Mike Greenberg

“Stefanie Moore is a sparkling, gifted soprano who adds heartfelt expressivity to the world-class soprano section of the Conspirare Choir.”

-Conspirare: Craig Hella Johnson and Company of Voices, press release

“The final passage, sung by soloist Stefanie Moore, turned the forceful choral work in to something soothing and lovely…”

-Austin Chronicle, “Carmina Burana/Hymn to the Earth: A Real Sharing of Breath”, Robi Polgar

“Stefanie Moore was a graceful soloist in this section…and kept the artistic peaks and valleys well contrasted.”

-Santa Fe New Mexican  “Baroque Treasury full of minor masterpieces” By Craig Smith