Excellent harmony and presentation, with a great variation in style, suiting most people.
Soundwave FM Graham J Barclay
We will put some of these excellent songs on our air-play list.
JAZZ RADIO fm Dioni Piatkowsk,i Mosina POLAND
Her voice is that of an old soul, re-cast in a compact frame, beaming
energy, lithe and strong.
Susan Walker, The Toronto Star
It’s like Janice Joplin singing with the voice of an angel.
Susan Walker, The Toronto Star
Jani Lauzon is hitting ‘em heavy... her career is on a deserved upswing.
Lenny Stoute, Club Crawl, The Toronto Star
poised at the perfect juncture between talent and
Jamie Kastner, Saturday Sun
Let a voice that soars with grace and soul possess you with it’s power.
Rob Galbraith, The Toronto Sun
Jani Lauzon’s voice is one of astonishing range.
Douglas Hughes, N.B. Telegraph Journal
I was thunderstruck by Lauzon and her band.
William Nicholls, The Nation, Montreal
...truly original artist. Gary 17 TO-nite
The Cast is excellent, especially Jani Lauzon who is on stage for nearly the entire show. Playing Raven with fluent, graceful athleticism.
H.J.Kichhoff The Globe and Mail April 27 1993 (Whale at YPT)
One of the plays most powerful scenes was Lauzon’s song to the tune of Amazing Grace. With her white face paint starting to smear and drip on to her jacket, the performance epitomized the heart wrenching confusion of a people exploited.
Eve Edmonds – Ottawa Sun (Almighty Voice and His Wife; GCTC)
Jani Lauzon…rises mgnificently in a white-hot fusion of agony and anger. It must be the most powerful moment in current Toronto Theatre.
Robert Cushman - The Globe and Mail (Andromache; Orange Dog Theatre)
Lauzon’s directorial debut was a winner.
Dennis Stark, Tansi (Waiora, CIT)
Jani Lauzon gives a terrific performance as Mark Antony. Her funeral oration is powerful and moving.
Connie Meng, North Country PublicRadio (Death of a Chief; NEPA/NAC)
Noah Drew’s soundscape has a few too many passages of generic-sounding chanting, but the songs by Jani Lauzon are superb.
Ottawa Citizen May 2007 (Copper Thunderbird; NAC)
...one of the vocal standouts is “Surabaya Johnny,” delivered with passion and power by Jani Lauzon as Yvette.
Connie Meng, North Country PublicRadio (Mother Courage; NAC/MTC)
… as the tempestuous camp follower Yvette Pottier, Lauzon is a skilled singer
Patrick Langston, The Ottawa Citizen. January 16, 2010
(Mother Courage; NAC/MTC)
Jani Lauzon, as the prostitute Yvette Pottier, delivers Mother Courage's best musical performance (Kurt Weill's Surabaya Johnny),
Jared Story Winnipeg UPTOWN (Mother Courage; NAC/MTC)
Lauzon, doing double duty, gives us a quirky, sharp-eyed Fool with a touch of the trickster including the alert ears of a fox or coyote as part of the costume. On opening night, Lauzon’s Fool netted plenty of laughs..
Patrick Langston, The Ottawa Citizen May 12, 2012
As the Fool, Jani Lauzon - who double as the gentle Cordelia - brings a manic trickster energy to the role that enlivens the storm scenes.
J. Kelly Nestruck The Globe and Mail May 13, 2012
Jani Lauzon was a stand-out as Cordelia.
Maja Stefanovska CapitalCriticsCircle May 2012