Reviews


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“……..Natasha Antoniazzo , an artist with a beautiful voice and good technique was gradually freeing her Gipsy temperament with the culmination in the encore – a successful Sequedilla from Bizet’s Carmen.”
CROATIAN RADIOTELEVISION – CROATIAN RADIO – CULTURAL NEWS

“……The warm coloration, but also the volume of the voice, clear pronunciation of the German text, and the somewhat old-fashioned air of singing, found a matching way in Schumann’s expression.
CROATIAN RADIOTELEVISION – CROATIAN RADIO – ‘SEVEN DAYS OF MUSIC’

“……Eight ‘Zigeunerlieder’ by Brahms, opus 103 brought more temperament, both on the vocal and the pianistic part, so that the songs like ‘Hey, Zigeuner’ or ‘Röslein dreie’ rendered the possibility of showing the bigger force and the penetrating power of Natasha Antoniazzo’s voice, which, as it seemed, suited her way of interpretation more.”
CROATIAN RADIOTELEVISION- CROATIAN RADIO

“The simplicity and softness of the melodic lines and harmonic interchanges, with an almost pop-song air of the songs, were slightly in opposition to the hardness in expression and formation of the Spanish verses, but the beautiful and clear coloration of the voice made up for it to some degree.”
CROATIAN RADIOTELEVISION – CROATIAN RADIO- ‘SEVEN DAYS OF MUSIC’

“Natasa Antoniazzo,mezzosoprano, che si escibisce regolarmente sui palchi croati e all estero, si e presentata con la belissima aria di Cleopatra ” Piangero la sorte mia” tratta dall opera ” Giulio Cesare” di G.F.Haendel. L ha interpretata in modo particolarmente sentito con estrema capacita interpretativa.
Festival Baromus Rovigno – „La Voce“”

“…….and the simpler romantic atmosphere in which the coloration, the brusqueness and clear diction of Natasha Antoniazzo’s vocal performance was emphasized..”
CROATIAN RADIOTELEVISION- CROATIAN RADIO

“…….mezzosoprano Antoniazzo sounded extremely pleasant, technically balanced and stable, in terms of interpretation – inspired, musical and expert; in terms of scene – unpretentious.The applause of respect and gratitude for such an evening was long and loud.”
GLAS ISTRE – NEWSPAPER