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ENRICO GALANTINI

 

(Translated from Italian)

 

„ above all was the one who embodied the character of Vespina. The role was undoubtedly the most prominent, with a character who is a real Force of Nature with four disguises (practically four characters, a real tour-de-force performance) but she, Mayan Goldenfeld, was nearly perfect in every aspect, both vocally and theatrically, receiving eventually a well-deserved ovation. “

 

 

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MANNHEIMER MORGEN

(Translated from German)

„ That evening also singing: The Israeli Mayan Goldenfeld that sang sences from Niccolò Jommelli's Opera „Didone abbandonata“. The Abandoned queen of Carthage wasn't embodied by the young soprano simply as a vocal beauty queen, but rather as a Drama queen“

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DIE RHEINPFALZ

(Translated from Geraman)

„ Praiseworthy: Two soprano arias from Niccolò Jommeli's "Didone abbandonata" with strikingly impressive performance of Mayan Goldenfeld “

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LIESOLETTE SAUER-KAULBACH

(Translated from German)

„ Awe-inspiring how Rachel-Goldenfeld masters the technical demands of the hapless queen's entrance aria, with it's alternations between slow, majestic passages and raging coloraturas, as well as the technical perfection and warm, almost mezzo-like timbre she presented with a deep expression in Didone's final aria "Ah, che dissi, infelice!" “

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SCHREIBWOLF MAGAZIN

(Translated from Geraman)

 

„ Goldenfeld took part in all the pieces presented during the evening and pleased the audience with featherlight jumps between intervals, flowing coloratura lines and a bewitching cadenza in the aria "Quamvis ferro". “

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