"Jody Dall'Armi sings with a
beautifully clear focused soprano."
The Washington Post
"She possesses a substantial,
classically -trained voice, yet is clearly comfortable in both the
genteel tradition of the parlor song and the more theatrical
posturing of the vaudeville song."
-- Green Bay Press Gazette
"Dressed in Victorian costume, soprano
Jody Dall'Armi presented a few of the decorous old-time parlor songs
Stephen Foster wrote. Dall'Armi's style evoked the innocence
and simplicity of mid-19th century music. Then she was
especially fine rendering the Vaudeville specialty, "After You've
Gone," a number that has never gone away."