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Madama Butterfly

La Cio Cio San de Alexia Voulgaridou est absolument magistrale, à la fois piussante. Sans excès, émouvante avec justesse, jouant sans cesse sur plusieurs registes à la fois et extrêmement convaincante sur le plan dramatique. Forum opera, Claude Jottrand, 31 Janvier 2017

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Alexia Voulgaridou a passionate Tosca at San Diego Opera

The shining star of the evening, Greek soprano and SDO debut artist Alexia Voulgaridou, lived up to every one of her role’s expectations. Her full, lustrous voice with its beautifully rounded tone easily sailed over the brass-laden orchestra all the way to the last row of the house. Her passionate portrayal of the fiery diva revealed a deep understanding of her character, with all its...

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Alexia Voulgaridou as Butterfly

Greek soprano Alexia Voulgaridou had a success in Tosca for OA a couple of years ago. Her Butterfly is blessed with a strong, warm tone in the middle to upper register, generally fine diction and a firm bottom. Limelight.com.au, Clive Paget on January 28, 2015

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Alexia Voulgaridou sings Nedda

Greek soprano Alexia Voulgaridou was Canio’s wife, Nedda. She sang the part in a manner which was close to a true verismo opera type […] she gave a good vocal rendition of the young and desperate wife, and displayed natural ease and comfort on the stage, and her high notes were all nicely rounded. Bachtack.com, Lorenzo Fiorito, 29 May 2014

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Charles Gounod, Faust, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, April 2014

Alexia Voulgaridou has sung Marguerite many times. As soon as she began singing, her experience showed [.... ] she inhabits the role with great conviction. In her Jewel Song, her rich timbre evoked the sensuality underlying the purity in Marguerite's personality […] energetic, suggesting the innate strength in the role […] perfectly right for a French heroine. Anne Ozorio, Opera Today, April 13,...

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Giacomo Puccini, Tosca, Sydney Opera House, Australia

Expressive and dazzlingly clear, Voulgaridou is Tosca, a noted singer and Cavaradossi’s love interest. It’s particularly piquant for a Greek to be reprising the role Maria Callas made her own. That’s a lot to live up to and Voulgaridou does not go wanting. Theatrically, too, Voulgaridou convinces as a stubbornly courageous, defiant woman, who turns the tables on her captor and would-be...

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