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Susanna Andersson

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Susanna Andersson reviews

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'The cast is exceptionally strong, especially Brian Asawa as the narcissistic gold-suited Prince Go-Go, and Susanna Andersson as the manic Gepopo, chief of the secret police.'

LE GRANDE MACABRE/ADELAIDE FESTIVAL: Australian, March 01 2010

'...the truly dizzying coloratura of Susanna Andersson, as Venus and Gepopo...'

LE GRANDE MACABRE/ADELAIDE FESTIVAL: The Age, March 01 2010

'Susanna Andersson is sublime as the panic stricken Chief of the Secret Political Police...'

LE GRANDE MACABRE/ADELAIDE FESTIVAL: GLAM Adeleide, Februay 28 2010

'With a uniformly stong cast, the most impressive vocal performance of the evening comes from Susanna Andersson, who doubles as the goddess Venus and Gepopo, the head of the secret police.'

LE GRANDE MACABRE/ENO: The Wall Street Journal, October 02 2009

'Susanna Andersson handled the dazzling vocal and physical gymnastics of both Venus and Gepopo with indecent ease - the performance of the night...'

LE GRANDE MACABRE/ENO: Intemezzo.com, September 19 2009

'Next to the Debussy, Carter’s Occasions triptych and, especially, Anderson’s Shir Hashirim, took on extra body, the exoticism of the Anderson work in particular emerging as a kind of further adventures of Debussy’s and Mallarmé’s faun (albeit a faun with a rather surprising aptitude for bible-learning). Susanna Andersson, the soprano soloist in Shir Hashirim, sang as though the work had been composed for her. '

ALDEBURGH FESTIVAL: The Times (Guy Dammann), July 10 2009

'Susanna Andersson, plainly at the start of a major international career, was a beautiful as well as frightening Queen of the Night...'

MAGIC FLUTE/OXFORD PHILOMUSICA: Oxford Times (Hugh Vickers), March 17 2006

'The song prize went to the glamorous and glitzy Swedish soprano Susanna Andersson, who had been another obvious hot tip. Her imaginative and challenging recital of Manconchy, Verdi, Peterson-Berger and Bernstein was complemented by the strauss song Amor which had so beguiled the jury. Andersson's soprano was...unrelievedly brilliant, dizzy in coloratura and truly glittering and gay in bernstein...;'

KATHLEEN FERRIER AWARDS/WIGMORE HALL: The Times (Hilary Finch), May 2004