Reviews

Adrianne’s “Chrysothemis” thrills audiences in Berlin

Reviews

“Adrianne Pieczonka’s Chrysothemis is outstanding; assertive and dramatic, her voice assured, committed, beautiful and energetic at the same time… She is totally convincing, with wonderful accuracy and understanding of the text and the play. She is irreplaceable today where it[…]

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Soundstreams Concert at Koerner Hall in Toronto

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“Pieczonka delivered a stunning, passionate, deeply committed performance of [George Crumb’s Ancient Voices of Children] a taxing, and still startlingly original work… The abandon and courage with which she threw herself into this work and inhabited its spirit attests to[…]

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As Leonore in the Salzburg Festspiele production of Fidelio

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“Adrianne Pieczonka sang with steely strength and agility, imbuing the role of Leonore with superhuman effort and navigating her seemingly unsingable music with ease.” (Abendzeitung, 5 August 2015) “The conductor Franz Welser-Möst, who led the great Vienna Philharmonic in a[…]

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As Tosca at the Vienna Staatsoper

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“Adrianne Pieczonka made a triumphant debut in the title role. She is a superb Tosca. The many faceted soprano got her start at the Vienna Volksoper and she has since developed into a wonderful artist. Her strong personality is at the[…]

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First reviews of Aix Elektra DVD

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The DVD is from the 2013 Aix-en-Provence festival. For more information, click here “Adrianne Pieczonka’s bright timbre [is an] ideal counterbalance to her sister’s warmth.” (Opera Magazine, August 2014) “Adrianne Pieczonka’s creamy tones as Chrysothemis add a touch of warmth[…]

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Adrianne brings her lyrical and expressive Chrysothemis to La Scala

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“Adri­anne Piec­zonka pours out plenty of warm, brightly lyri­cal tone as Chrysothemis.” (The Spec­ta­tor, 31 May 2014) “The third ‘face’ of this por­trait of three women is the Adri­anne Piec­zonka’s Chrysothemis dis­play­ing all the vi­tal­ity of health and nor­mal­ity of[…]

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