It was not Samuel Who Killed Them
from Three Sisters Who are Not Sisters, Ned Rorem
Rejoice Greatly, O Daughter of Zion
from The Messiah, G. F. Handel
"But the musical highlight was Nina Riley, an opera singer, as Nettie Fowler, singing the heart-wrenching 'You'll Never Walk Alone.' It alone was worth the price of admission."
- Jim Lowe, Times Argus
from Cosi fan tutte. W. A.Mozart
Excerpts: "Si Fuggire A Noi Non Resta"
I Capuletti ed i Montecchi, Vicenzo Bellini
Welche Labung für die Sinne
from Die Jahreszeiten, Joseph Haydn
Song to the Moon
from Rusalka, Antonin Dvořák
Siempre en mi corazon, Ernesto Lecuona
"The supporting cast is strong, including soprano Nina Riley, who as Julie’s cousin Nettie Fowler nails an operatic version of the pivotal and inspiring number “You’ll Never Walk Alone.” "
-Brent Hallenbreck, The Burlington Free Press
"The beautiful voice of Nina Riley as "Nettie Fowler" carried one of the show's central themes exquisitely with her rendition of "You'll never walk alone." Her voice has a rich, clear sophistication."
-June Pichel Cook, The Hardwick Gazette
Aka Tombo (赤とんぼ）Traditional folk song
-Judith Jarosz, NYtheatre
Ja zhdu tsebya Op. 14-1 Sergei Rachmaninoff
Son Op. 8- 5, Sergei Rachmaninoff
"soprano Nina Riley sang beautifully"
- Anthony Aibel, New York Concert Review Inc.
"the kind of Despina one hopes for: diminutive, agile, and with just the right, clear, slender soprano voice"
-Bernard Holland, New York Times
"It Can't Be Possible" from The Elixir of Love (Donizetti)
Fukushima Newspaper articles