Die Zauberflöte / 2013

Die Zauberflöte / 2013

24 / 04 / 2013 . Tiempo de música
“The Magic flute” at Teatro Avenida: Initiation rite

A true surprise,because of some positive but different reasons, were the performances of Laura Pisani as the Queen of the Night and Gabriel Carasso as Papageno, both very young. Pisani incarnated a hieratic Queen, showing scenic confidence and vocal precision, both in the lyrical register of her first appearance and in the devilish coloratura that crowns each of her arias.

By Luciano Marra de la Fuente
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22 / 04 / 2013 . Geo teatral
The Magic Flute – review

The Aria of the Queen of the Night, in the voice of Laura Pisani, painted joy in the whole platea with an execution full of emotion and energy.

By Fernando Johann
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22 / 04 / 2013 . MW Martín Wullich – Culture and entertainment news
The Magic Flute, a valid enchantment

As for the role of the Queen of the Night, a challenge for any soprano, Laura Pisani showed that she can handle the scary scales Mozart wrote for his sister-in-law Josepha Hofer.

By Germán A. Serain
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23 / 04 / 2013 . La Nación
The Magic Flute, a great production

(…) Soprano Laura Pisani in a surprising Queen of the Night, outstanding in her two famous arias of coloratura (“O, zittre nicht” and “Der Hölle Rache”), because of the precision, intonation and superb character- won the ovation of the Première.

By Cecilia Scalisi
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22 / 04 / 2013 . Suite101 – Music and Entertainment
The Magic Flute, W.A. Mozart by Juventus Lyrica in Buenos Aires

Also standed out Laura Pisani as the Queen of the Night that with her high notes achieved a great applause with open curtain.

By Carlos Herrera
23 / 04 / 2013 . La Prensa
Successful production of “The Magic Flute”

The starting season of Juventus Lyrica with Mozart’s „The Magic Flute“ was extremely auspicious with an almost seamless version and from all points of view. […] Laura Pisani (Queen of the Night) showed eloquent singing and solvent agility.

By Carlos Ernesto Ure
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21 / 04 / 2013 . Clarín
Mozart, with economy and audacity

(…) with some surprising performances, as in the case of soprano Laura Pisani in her brilliant personification of the Queen of the Night.

By Federico Monjeau
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19 / 04 / 2013 . operadesdehoy – Blog
Juventus Lyrica presents a notable versión of The Magic Flute

Another fundamental revelation is Laura Pisani as Queen of the night, as if it was not night of premiere and debut, she prevailed vocally and musically in her two great moments. Already in the first one she surprised us with her central register with more weight than that of a light soprano, while she reached the high notes with total naturalness, as well as the cleanness of her coloratura. Thus it is understood that in her second intervention she achieved one of the biggest ovations at open curtain that have been heard in that scenario and in absolute terms in recent times.

By Enrique Joaquín Sirvén
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27 / 04 / 2013 . Ópera Club – Blog

Once again, Juventus Lyrica proves that it is the group off Colón that achieves the best results. […] A whole revelation Laura Pisani as the Queen of the Night.

By Roberto Luis Blanco Villalba
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19 / 04 / 2013 . Opera in the Word
The Magic Flute

Soprano Laura Pisani dazzled as Queen of the Night. Without problems in the high sector nor in the coloratura, she managed herself to stamp a drama uncommon in light sopranos. Excellent performance.

By Dr. Alberto Leal
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21 / 04 / 2013 . Opera Word – International Opera Magazine
Die Zauberflöte’s Mozart Review. Buenos Aires

A separate paragraph deserves Laura Pisani who dazzled with her Queen of the Night sung with a security and beauty of sound to remember. With clear and expressive coloraturas, without dodging the risks and demands and endowing her role with all the dark and hysterical character that the part requires conquered nourished and closed ovations.

By Prof. Christian Lauria
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28 / 04 / 2013 . Seen and Heard International
Somewhat Magical Flute From Juventus Lyrica

Among the other cast members, Laura Pisani’s Queen of the Night must be highlighted for her drama and agility and her ovation was well deserved.

By Jonathan Spencer Jones
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06 / 05 / 2013 . Tribuna musical
“The Magic Flute”, a paradigm of contradiction

This‚ Magic Flute‘ will be remembered musically for two able interpreters: Santiago Bürgi’s Tamino was sung with quality of timbre and fine line, and a new name, Laura Pisani, was notably adept as the Queen, for she solved most intricacies and gave character to the part.

By Pablo Bardin - for Buenos Aires Herald
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