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Reviews

"...First cheers for Annemarie Vergoossen (alto) as Sesto from “La Clemenza di Tito” with the tearing farewell aria “Parto, parto”. What a fascinating, insane search of the voice for one's own feelings..."

"...Soprano Annemarie Vergoossen, accompanied by Igor Kamenz on the piano, devoted herself to the difficult texts. The Dutch singer stood in for the sick Helena Bickel at short notice. Vergoossen was able to impress the audience with her sensitive voice in Mahler's Kindertotenlieder as well as in Franz Schubert's "Du bis die Ruh" and in Robert Schumann's "Widmung", accompanied calmly and stylishly by Igor Kamenz..."

Röhn- und Saalepost - Stefan Kritzer - October 23rd 2016

"...It is not that easy for the characters who are in the no man's land between type and character - the two women who don't get a chance. While Annemarie Vergoossen skilfully develops Aspasia in the direction of a comical old woman, Juyeon Lee charmingly carves out the burlesque, soubrette-like character of Fulvia..."

Badische Zeitung - Alexander Dick - January 21st 2018

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