Rückert Lieder
Scharich’s singing of these exquisite lieder proved exemplary. It was easy to sense her channeling Rückert’s poems, actually becoming the voice of the poet. With nearly perfect German diction, she delivered the deeper meaning of the poetry in a most remarkable way.  -The San Diego Story 

Brahms Lieder Recital
Scharich’s easy flow of warm, plangent tone had an instrumental quality all its own, and she seemed without limitations at either end of her range. The performance was so beautiful, and so honored the essence of love and longing in the heart of Brahms’ music, I wanted it to go on and on. -San Francisco Classical Voice

Dido, Dido and Aeneas
Mezzo-soprano Kindra Scharich was a noble, vocally assured Dido, singing with stately grace and deep-rooted pathos.San Francisco Chronicle

Teodata, Flavio
Kindra Scharich (Teodata) proved a special treat. Offering the steadiest singing of the afternoon, she invested her role with innocence, disarming charm and beautifully rounded, effortless tone. -Opera News

Isabella, Italiana in Algieri
As for Kindra Scharich, what can I say? Her lovely lyric mezzo voice is ideal for the part of Isabella and she acts the part to perfection. The flashing eyes, the mobile face, her whole body language. Here is a young woman with unbounded confidence that she can master any man, any situation, and have fun doing it. Put me down in the middle of a scene from an opera I don’t know, sung in a foreign language with no supertitles; if Kindra is on stage, I’ll be supremely happy just watching and listening to her, even if I have no idea what is going on. -LA Splash