The American Opera Group 

“As the doomed Mimi, Canadian Romina Di Gasbarro provided the brightest moments. With a rich soprano voice, Di Gasbarro presented refined singing and sensitive acting, her shy smiles and touching small gestures making for a most affecting portrayal.”
The Chicago Tribune

Berkeley Opera 

“Soprano Romina Di Gasbarro was an affecting, pure-toned Desdemona. Her ‘Willow Song’ was beguiling and the ‘Ave Maria’ that follows, staged with the soprano kneeling in a shaft of pearly light, was lovely.”
The Contra Costa Times

Berkeley Opera 

“Micaela, sung by Romina Di Gasbarro, is as realistic as Carmen is stylized. Finally, here is a Micaela who Matches Jose’s passion for Carmen, with reason and love of an equal power. Di Gasbarro’s rich solid aria sung as Micaela waits near the gypsy camp declaring ‘nothing can frighten me here’ was the highlight of the evening.”
Berkeley Daily Planet

“Romina Di Gasbarro sang radiantly and she convincingly showed her concern for Don Jose.”
San Francisco Classical Voice

The Willows Theatre 

“Student Sharon (Romina Di Gasbarro)…takes charge of her Lady MacBeth presentation and delivers an emotional and vocally thrilling letter-reading aria.”
San Francisco Bay Times

“the supporting players fill their roles admirably, notably Romina Di Gasbarro as a spunky soprano who, after bearing the brunt of Callas’ scorn, manages to move her – and us – to tears.”
East Bay Express