Joyce sings “with tireless passion” and displays “power and agility to burn”

“Canadian soprano Joyce El-Khoury is equally fine as his conflicted wife Pauline, singing with tireless passion and pathos in the substantial dramatic duets with the three men in her life and displaying power and agility to burn in the show-stopping cabaletta (one of Donizetti’s few throwbacks to the Italianate bravura which French audiences generally disliked) as she awaits the arrival of the Roman consul whom she had loved and given up for dead.”
-PrestoClassical, full review here.