Nedda in PAGLIACCI - Deutsche Oper Berlin, September 2019

In Pagliacci, Aleksandra Kurzak (…) caught the attention with the intensity of her expression. Her rendition of flirtatious Nedda belonged alongside Alagna to the best of the evening at the Berlin Opera. Her perfect Italian diction, the careful ending of each sentence, always accompanied with a lively and adequate acting, became the pearl of this Leoncavallo's opera staging. - Václav Bečvář for Opera Journal

As far as it was possible [in this staging context], Aleksandra Kurzak knew how to convey to Nedda all the passion the composer has given her, and only like this made her "Stridono lassù" vibrate with desire and zest for life. For the Polish soprano, the main female section of Leoncavallo’s opera presently fits her vocal cords like a glove. On the one hand, she is able to impress with her usual vocal agility, but as well on the other hand with the new colors acquired in recent years in the medium range. - Ursula Ehrensberger for Das Opernglas