• This compilation of Handel performances by soprano Suzie LeBlanc, drawn from three previously released recordings made between 2001 and 2003, serves as an excellent introduction to this fine…

    David Vernier , Classics Today
  • Messiaen: "Chants de Terre et de Ciel.

    The records marking the centenary of French modernist Olivier Messiaen (1908-1992) have been disappointingly thin, being mostly multiple versions of…

    Bradley Bambarger , New Jersey Star Ledger
  • This disc is unusual on three counts. First, it presents music by Messiaen that is little known and rarely recorded. Second, all this music dates from his earliest period, the 1930s. And third, we…

    Lynn René Bayley , Fanfare Archive
  • Today marks the official Toronto launch by Centrediscs of a remarkable album by a remarkable Canadian: soprano Suzie LeBlanc. Everything inside I am in need of music is an eloquent…

    John Terauds, Ludwig Van Toronto
  • The disc, (released on the ATMA label) shifts from the jazz-like arrangements of Noël Dijonnais, to soft folk guitar and vocal tracks like Noël de Paris. There is an oddly familiar, and timeworn…

    Michael Vincent, Ludwig Van Toronto
  • Non seulement Suzie LeBlanc a l’une des plus belles voix de la scène lyrique actuelle, mais elle est aussi une grande exploratrice de répertoires anciens. La soprano acadienne a vraisemblablement…

    Claudia Beaumont, Icimusique.ca
  • Ici, la soprano Suzie Leblanc se plonge dans des chants traditionnels de Noël tirés du recueil Rondes et chansons populaires illustrées, publié à Paris à la fin du XIXe siècle. Entre le trad et la…

    Yves Bernard, Le Devoir
  • This is a terrific program with an interesting history. After a concert in New Brunswick, a cousin of soprano Suzie Le Blanc presented the singer with a book of popular songs published in Paris in…

    John Smith, American Record Guide Review
  • This has proven 
to be a particularly prolific year for
 LeBlanc. A scholar 
in her own right, she 
has also been busy of
 late researching rare
 Christmas tunes from 
France and Acadia, resulting…

    Dianne Wells, The WholeNote
  • LeBlanc’s singing is an ingratiating delight throughout, completely avoiding the squarish phrasing that Baroque specialists sometimes bring to Mozart… this may become the definitive reading of…

    James Manheim, All Music Review