"The first sparkling tones of Toni Marie Palmertree, sung gently off stage, were exquisite. Palmertree, who was replacing Lianna Haroutounian who was ill, is a first-year San Francisco Adler Fellow who had sung supporting roles with San Francisco opera last year. What an event for her to come on stage in such a huge role. From her gentle love songs to her anguished cries of rejection and ultimate suicide she sang with utter conviction and command".
--- Heather J. Morris, Peninsula Reviews
"There was more Verdi from soprano Toni Marie Palmertree, who unleashed a formidable volley of sound — elegantly shaped, impeccably controlled — in “Toi qui sus le néant” from Don Carlos,”
---Joshua Kosman, The San Francisco Chronicle. 2016 Adler Concert
"The most impressive performer, for example, Toni Marie Palmertree, with a bright, big-and-beautiful voice and appealing musicality, sang two very different Verdi roles — Violetta in the Act 2 scene of La traviata and Elisabetta in the first part of Act 4 of Don Carlo.The soprano from Fleetwood, PA, managed to maintain an affecting lyrical quality in face of Ryvkin's orchestral storm, especially in the deafening Don Carlo excerpt"
---Janos Gereben, San Francisco Classical Voice
"Toni-Marie Palmertree was arresting as Medora in "Non so le tetre immagini" from Verdi's Il Corsaro.Her voice is exquisite and she stood out as the Sandman in a scene from Hansel und Gretel in the second half of the night"
---The Opera Tattler
"a lovely contribution from soprano Toni Marie Palmertree as the Sandman; earlier, Palmertree had given a first-rate rendition of an aria from Verdi's
---Joshua Kosman, The San Francisco Chronicle