Susanna in LE NOZZE DI FIGARO - Royal Opera House London, Juni 2008
Aleksandra Kurzak ha l’umanità ma anche la verve scenica di Susanna, una donna del popolo furba e veloce, dolce, ma all’occorrenza maliziosa , con una voce lirica e suadente dai riflessi argentei.
teatro.org - Ilaria Bellini
Aleksandra Kurzak is a ballsy Susanna, as tough as old boots in her encounters with Marcellina and the Count, yet bewitching in 'Deh Vieni'.
musicOMH.com - Keith McDonnell
Ildebrando D'Arcangelo's dark baritone is an ideal Figaro voice and he looks the part. Aleksandra Kurzak's sexy and incisive Susanna matched him all the way… It is hard to think of a more strongly cast Figaro in London since the Karl Böhm performances 31 years ago…
The Guardian - Martin Kettle
So what of Figaro and Susanna? Both have been put through their paces recently on this stage: Ildebrando D’Arcangelo as Escamillo, and Aleksandra Kurzak as Adina. Immaculately musically prepared, they sing with aplomb and assurance.
The Times - Hilary Finch
Aleksandra Kurzak was an appealing Susanna…That being said Kurzak sang with warm and rich tone, and in a pleasantly unfussy way – ‘Deh vieni’ was charming indeed.
classicalsource.com - Alexander Campbell
Aleksandra Kurzak floated some gleamingly pure notes in Susanna's arias…
Financial Times - Richard Fairman
The Polish soprano Aleksandra Kurzak made her strongest impression here to date as Susanna.
Opera , September 2008 - Hugh Canning
The star of the evening for me, was undoubtedly his all-knowing Susanna, Aleksandra Kurzak, whose silvery-toned soprano and pert personality gives her an abundance of innate charm as a performer.
Seen and heard international - Jim Pritchard
This… production has deluxe singers — … Aleksandra Kurszak’s sweet-toned Susanna… Perfection in opera is rare, but this was as close to Mozartian nirvana as we are likely to get today.
The Sunday Times - Hugh Canning
The current cast is excellent…Susanna, is taken energetically by Aleksandra Kurzak; Susanna knows her way around - very sassy!
The Opera Critic - Colin Anderson