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Customer Reviews for Bernadette Peters

5 Customer reviews


Star rating

Broadway Baby soars!!!

Gerald Szymski from Westmont, IL
20th August 2019

An evening with Rodgers & Hammerstein, Sondheim , Jerry Herman with a dash of Peggy Lee...all interpreted by that red headed belter and diva who sound is unique. Like Sinatra whose vocal phrasing is profound, she is the female compliment. I've heard those ballads and showstoppers countless of times..but her renditions sounded fresh with nuances that were more meaningful this time around. The stringed orchestra was superb & the extra treat of CUBBY (ex-mouseketeer) on drums cemented the nostalgic evening. BRAVO!!!

The Real Deal

Ellen from Las Vegas, Nevada
16th March 2019

What a delicious evening! Bernadette Peters had the audience eating out of her hand. Standing ovations I the middle of the performance. She is the finest Sondheim interpreter on earth. Couldn’t love her more- a true artist.

A thrill to get so close

Anonymous from Tucson, Arizona
22nd January 2017

While clearly not theven voice of 30 years ago, the performance and performing were superb. A TREASURE OF OUR TIME IS GREAT TO SEE.


Spencer Michlin from Dallas, Texas
13th April 2024

Bernadette Peters still has the energy and performance chops that have made her a legend. Unfortunately, when she belted the high notes at Dallas’ Windspear Opera House the othe night, she all too often was slightly sharp. Because she seemed to shorten the performance by leaving out verses here and there, I had hoped that she was having an off-night and realized it. Hiwever, reviews from orher recent concerts indicate similar problems. Happens to the best. Makes me sad.

OK ~ But Certainly Not Great

Herb S from San Francisco, California
1st August 2022

I have seen Bernadette Peters both on Broadway (Gypsy 2003) and solo on Stage (2007 at Santa Fe Opera). The performance at the SF Symphony had serious problems. It was primarily the use of amplification equipment that distorts. In last night's performance Bernadette mentioned Carol Channing from the 1964 Broadway production of Hello Dolly. I too saw that production, and what was dramatically different was Carol's booming voice was natural and pure because it was not fed through electronic amplification, while Bernadette's voice was clipped and distorted. My second issue was Bernadette seemed to be off key throughout many songs. I hope this is an anomaly rather than a symptom of age. Hope for the best.

Wrong Music Choices

Mike D from Naples, Florida
20th March 2022

Bernadette Peters looks amazing and still sings beautifully. However the lack of diversity in her song choices and the obscurity of some created a show lacking energy and difficult to embrace