Cain - Cain overo Il Primo Omicidio: San Francisco State University: February 27, 2014
Soloist - Sing for America Concert: March 30, 2014
Carmen - Carmen: Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra: April 2014
The Mother - The Consul: Opera Santa Barbara: April 2014
Soloist - Evening of French Music with Les Sync: Da Camera Society: May 31, 2014
Mrs. Lovett - Sweeney Todd: Hawaii Opera Theater; February 2015
Second Secretary - Nixon in China: San Diego Opera; March 2015
"In Eleanor's Words:
Music of Stacy Garrop"
Spring 2011 Cedille Records
"Mezzo-soprano Buffy Baggott was a tonally lustrous and dramatically adept Miss Jessel."
- Joshua Kosman, San Francisco Chronicle
"Buffy Baggott's plush mezzo-soprano was an asset as the insinuating and uncommonly glamorous Miss Jessel."
- Georgia Rowe, San Jose Mercury News
"In Buffy Baggott and Peter Kendall Clark, this cast has a Mrs. Lovett and Sweeney Todd who not only sang gorgeously (especially Clark) but also displayed the dramatic range and comic timing (especially Baggott) to turn the blackness of the tale into something transcendent. Everything came together in the pair's madcap tour de force, A Little Priest, in which unspeakable material (Mrs. Lovett's pies made from entrails of Todd's murder victims) became the stuff of exhilarating song and dance."
- John Fleming, Tampa Bay Times
"Mao's three secretaries, Ginger Costa-Jackson, Buffy Baggott, and Nicole Birkland, were wonderful in their rendition of Adams's score, conveying a physical and aural sense of claustrophobia and adoration around the Chairman."
- Marina Romani, AP
"Ginger Costa-Jackson, Buffy Baggott and Nicole Birkland showed apt unsmiling efficiency as well as strong voices as the echoing chorus of Mao’s secretaries. "
- Lawrence A Johnson, Classical Review
"In the role of the seductress Maddalena, mezzo-soprano Buffy Baggott gave a sizzling account of the role, which only appears in the last act. It's not a large one, but Baggott gave her Maddalena a sense of sexual gravitas, and the effect was a curious three dimensionality."
- Edward Ortiz, Sacramento Bee
"The cast was first-rate, beginning with mezzo-soprano Buffy Baggott's superlative turn as the Composer. Baggott's local performances have been reliable treasures for years now, in both traditional and new repertoire, but I don't think I've ever heard her sing with such finely controlled urgency, such tonal brilliance or such theatrical flair. The fact that the Composer sings only during the prologue has rarely come as such a disappointment."
– Joshua Kosman, San Francisco Chronicle