The soprano Joyce ElKhoury interprets Imogene with a highly placed voice. Her limpid timber swells with emotion in the lower register and in the piano moments, with a thread like sound fleeing from her nearly closed mouth. In a palpitating finale, her acting talents, unbothered by any mise en scene, are shining: her eyes cry, hope, lose themselves and beg in the folly of a character too virtuous to live her illegitimate love, but too in love to live without him.

– Olyrix, translated from French