Sahoko Sato...she sang with the voice of an angel.
RICK JUSTICE (Charleston Daily Mail)
JOSE SOLIS (StageBuddy.com)
'Sahoko Sato Timpone gleefully embraces The Dragon Lady stereotype for her mirthfully steely characterization as Ms. Soon-Yi Nam.' (Figaro 90210)
DARRYL REILLY (TheaterScene.net)
...page Cherubino (saucy mezzo-soprano Sahoko Sato in a great turn)...
WAYNE MEYERS (Oneida Daily Dispatch)
Sahoko Sato was natty in the role of Cherubino, the boy smitten with the countess. Mozart invested some great melody in the part, and Sato delivered with élan.
DAVID WILLIAMS (Charleston Gazette)
...together with Japanese mezzo-soprano, Sahoko Sato—turns the operatic "A Time to Say Goodbye" into a thrilling encounter between the human voice and Zollar's Miley one on trumpet.
AUL D'GAMA ROSE (All About Jazz)
Latest News

Sahoko was nominated for Theatre Tampa Bay Award for her performances of Suzuki in Madama Butterfly with St Petersburg Opera 

Sahoko will be performing and teaching at the Lunigiana International Music Festival in Tuscany, Italy from July 18-28, 2019.  Please send a message if interested in participating in the festival. 

Sahoko will sing Alto Solo in Verdi Requiem with Music Worcester. Click for more information and for tickets.

Sahoko returns to St Petersburg Opera. Click here for more information