A+C Arts + Culture Magazine Houston "Shannon Langman has imagination and gumption in spades, creating a niche for herself as a singer, music educator, and photographer. A graduate of University of Houston’s Moores School of Music, she is a frequent concert soloist with Memorial Drive Presbyterian Church under the baton of Houston Symphony Chorus director, Charles Hausmann. As a music educator, [Ms. Langman] produces recitals with professional singers and students, and she uses her photographic skills in service to young singers at the start of their careers. “I have felt fulfilled and accepted in the Houston arts community like no other place, giving me freedom to stretch the possibilities of the artist I want to become, and open myself to mentor others,” says Langman. -Misha Penton (December 2012)
"...Mezzo-soprano Shannon Langman as Chandra Devi, Queen of Kashi, understood the demands of her role and interpreted them exquisitely. With a round, warm yet commanding voice, she embodied the gentle strength needed to play a regal yet nurturing character."
"Shannon Langman... gives a tour de force performance and demonstrates her amazing versatility to express an enormous emotional and vocal range."
“…the marvelous Shannon Langman made you want to go back to see more shows that she was in. Every minute she’s onstage she exudes such comic élan that it’s difficult to take your eyes off her.”
"As Queen Chandera Devi, mezzo-soprano Shannon Langman’s enchanting and assertive delivery of rather difficult virtuosic embellishments balanced baritone Timothy Jones’s strong, stubborn and regal character as the King of Kashi."
"Chandra Devi, Queen of Kashi, was portrayed by mezzo-soprano Shannon Langman with a versatile voice and excellent acting as her maternal character moved from ecstasy to agony over the misunderstood behavior of her only son, Temiya."