From the New Maine Times
"Jessica Petrus was stellar in Bach’s “Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen!”, the first song of Cantata 51."
From Letter V:
"Three familiar Purcell songs, “Fairest Isle” (from “King Arthur”), “Music for a While” and “If Music Be the Food of Love,” and three by Dowland, “By a Fountain,” “Time Stands Still” and “Shall I Sue,” showcased soprano Jessica Petrus and tenor Owen McIntosh. Both proved to be estimable early music stylists, Petrus with an achingly lovely, low-vibrato “white” tone that especially suited the more yearning and lovelorn Dowland numbers, McIntosh with a more assertive, theatrical style that paid special dividends in the Shakespeare setting."
From The Boston Classical Review
"The first, “Denn das Gesetz,” beautifully performed by Tengblad, Thea Lobo, and Jessica Petrus, was the standout and spotlighted the charm of Bach’s melodies."