Ariadne - Ariadne auf Naxos

" was a moving experience how Janice Dixon understood the tragic fate of the heroine and her transformation into a woman with a trembling soul once again in love. Her singing of both monoloques is highly cultivated - almost song-like and pensive. Then when she meets Bacchus, she soars up into great passion. She commands her warm voice perfectly, singing without any vocal breaks. The great melodic arches sparkle, the middle range glitters golden, the high notes have shine and brilliance..."

Mannheimer Morgen

Tatyana - Eugene Onegin

"...her dark well-shaped and round voice commands simply every genre. Airy, light, playful, with silvery shine she interprets the passionate bookworm Tatyana, and developes her into a grand lady, all without apparent effort: full and sweet in the bottom with radiating power in the top."OPERNGLAS

Eva - Meistersinger von N├╝rnberg

"...Janice Dixon's soprano was a shining jewel in the crown of the production..."