Nedda in PAGLIACCI - GRAN TEATRE DEL LICEU Barcelona, December 2019

Aleksandra Kurzak was fully compelling as Nedda. Spectacular as an actress, she has a very beautiful singing that shone both in the coloratura and in the lowest range parts (in this range her voice sounds resounding and forceful). Her medium is fleshy and attractive and kept up with Alagna in all respects. - Javier Del Olivo for Platea Magazine.

The greatest strength of Aleksandra Kurzak’s Nedda lay in her scenic naturalness. Vocally she combined changes in color with easy coloratura in her aria, and sweet expressiveness in her duet with Silvio. - Jordi Maddaleno for La Vanguardia.

The Liceu opted for Alagna doubling as the protagonist in both titles with a first-order cast that included his wife, Aleksandra Kurzak in Pagliacci. Aleksandra Kurzak stood out as a very credible Nedda with noble singing, neat phrasing and shining high notes. - Fernando Sans Rivière,  ÓPERA ACTUAL

As Nedda, we had Polish soprano Aleksandra Kurzak who, with adequate voice, excelled in the interpretation of the role by filling it with nuances. by Xavier Pujol – Opera Online

As the female main protagonist of Pagliacci, Nedda, Aleksandra Kurzak shone, with an extraordinarily pleasant tone of voice. Toni Olivé – CRÓNICA GLOBAL

The surprising performance of Polish soprano Aleksandra Kurzak as Nedda in Pagliacci, with her enormous and brilliant voice, evidences a great expressive range over the overwhelming emotions. by Carme Miró - Sonograma


In this difficult role, Aleksandra Kurzak was a magnificient, sensational Nedda, with a beautiful voice, bright and very well managed. Javier Pérez Senz – Scherzo, El País &