...consistently silky tone in all registers...the sweet-toned Tsatsanis played the disingenuous ingénue as the title character in Amor, walking through town with a wiggle that distracted the police officer, the ice-cream man, and the judge from their work. She waxed wistful in the smoky ballad Waitin, and sketched a shadowy portrait of Black Max...
~ New York Classical Review
...sheer vocal proficiency, a bright, flexible voice, big but controlled, shaded with plentiful color.
- Boston Globe
…the honeyed voice of Linda Tsatsanis, one of that new breed of singers who have moved beyond stylistic accuracy for it’s own sake and expect their audiences to be as young and curious as they are.
~ Gramophone (UK)
...the sighs came out as a real sigh — musically, astonishing; emotionally, heartbreaking. These interpretive anomalies leapt at the ear from a context of flawless beauty. Tsatsanis’ voice is a rich, gleaming thing...
~ Third Coast Digest
Playing the coquette, Tsatsanis was provocative and playful...
~ Express Milwaukee
...her lovely voice, purity of tone and dramatic sensibilities perfectly suited the musical style first used by the Italians in the early 17th century of extreme emotion portrayed with stretched rhythms, coruscating runs, and wild dynamic differences.
~ The Gathering Note (Seattle)