1. Tom said…

    Congrats on the new blog and of course the new album!!
    Kisses from Israel xx

  2. Francesco said…

    Your concert in Brussels last Thursday was so exceptionnal. The musicians were wonderful. It was the first time I was seeing you in a live performance. Every piece of music and its interpretation touched me deeply (even Dido’s lament, though I must have heard it at least a hundred times before). Even the long silence after Morgen was beautiful (could I say ‘meaningful’?). I was so positively affected after this terrific performance that I couldnt open my mouth and tell you my name when you kindly signed my CD. I hope to see/listen to you soon in another project. Thank you.
    An opera lover

  3. eva varga said…

    I just want to say thank you for your generosity not only when performing but also in your teaching… I am 46 and 3 weeks ago started having opera lessons. I have learned so much from my teacher already as well as from your master classes…seeing the transformation of those who can clearly sing in such a short time under your guidance is truly inspiring. (I hope you have some on breathing!!) I’m loving this new found freedom in singing as well as the genre. Never in my wildest dreams would I have thought I’d be singing opera at such a tender age (ha ha). And especially since hearing your amazing voice I can now not get enough and just want to immerse myself in it to be the best I can be… Even if it just means doing recitals in a lounge room. Love your work xx

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