May 9-11, 2019 Opera Idaho Hannah After AS ONE
May 30th and June 6th, 2019 June American Opera Projects/NYCO Hannah After AS ONE
June 15, 2019 Mostly Modern Festival AUTUMN SONGS by Robert Paterson *World Premiere Zankel Hall, Saratoga Springs, NY
August 16 and 17th, 2019 Opera Memphis Hannah After AS ONE
September 6-24, 2019 HERE Arts Center/Opera on Tap *World Premiere LOOKING AT YOU by Kamala Sankaram and Rob Handel
October 11 and 13th, 2019 Intermountain Opera Gertrude Stein TWENTY SEVEN by Ricky Ian Gordon and Royce Vavrek
October 30th, 2019 AUTUMN SONGS (orchestrated) American Modern Ensemble, Dimenna Center
November 8 and 9th, 2019 Opera Columbus Hannah After AS ONE
Dec. 27,2019, January 2,7,11,16,18,22, 2020 Metropolitan Opera WOZZECK cover Margret
February 8, 11, 14, 16, 2020 San Diego Opera HANSEL UND GRETEL Hansel
April 3-5, 2020 Forth Worth Symphony Beethoven 9 th SYMPHONY
April 17, 2020 Mostly Modern at Carnegie Hall Orchestrated AUTUMN SONGS
May 10, 2020 Brooklyn Art Song Society Songs of Brahms and Schubert
“Blythe Gaissert was a dignified, vocally assured Dido, who contributed some stylish ornamentation and sang her closing Lament movingly.”
-The NY Times | Allan Kozinn
"Blythe Gaissert conveyed Dido's sadness ("Peace and I are strangers grown") and precipitous fall with solemn, queenly magnetism. Her voice is strong, supple, almost buttery... "
-BlogCritics | Jon Sobel
"When a performer is as magnetic and intelligent in conveying her artistry as mezzo-soprano Blythe Gaissert is, it may not matter what the selections are on the program. She makes sure to please her audience"
-Sarasota Herald | Gayle William
"....a charming mezzo with a rich well-controlled voice and personality to match. Her performance of five of Copland’s beloved “Old American Songs” showed beautifully nuanced singing, excellent diction and a nice sense of humor..."
-Observer | June LeBelle
"Blythe Gaissert fused dignity and sensuality in her Lucretia........."
"The cannibalism aria of mezzo-soprano Blythe Gaissert whetted our appetite too with her soft-edged voice. "
-The SFist Philistine