"We are proud to crown Victoria Miningham and follow her journey as Ms. Woman New York United States 2016!"
Miss. United States
"Michael Roos’s baritone served well as the registrar. Cristina G. Diaz was adorable as Butterfly’s baby “Sorrow” in her debut with the company. Soprano Victoria Miningham was a radiant and lovely Kate Pinkerton. Ms. Miningham’s few lines of singing were pleasing."
Nino Pantano, published online 1/13/2013
"Victoria Miningham, making her company debut, was a colorful and radiant Musetta, her vibrant soprano, especially in the upper reaches of her voice made for an exciting “Quando Men Vo” (Musetta’s Waltz). Her constant fighting with her lover Marcello was fun to behold and her kindness towards the dying Mimi was quite touching."
Nino Pantano, published online 7/27/2011
"Victoria Minningham’s haunting soprano was the voice of the unseen High Priestess, accompanied by the harp, in her New York Grand Opera debut."
New York Grand Opera Concludes 35th Anniversary Season with Aida in Central Park, published online 8/27/2008
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