Wednesday, 25 January 2012 08:28

di Francesco Attardi

Constanza Ginevra“The singers acted like seasoned actors, despite the blistering vocalises prescribed by Mozart:  in the celebrated “Marter aller Arten” (sic) for the first time we heard not only a tight-rope walk of a concert aria, but also the feelings of pain expressed by the wonderful singer-actor Laura Claycomb (Kostanze), American soprano among the best in the coloratura repertoire.”

Read entire article here (in original Italian)