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Traviata / Staatsoper Hamburg
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Traviata / Staatsoper Hamburg

“Christina Poulitsi’s role debut provided the audience with many goosebumps as well as tears. She manages to cast a spell over the audience from the very first moment, not just because of her very distinctive appearance, but because she succeeds in making Violetta part of her personality for the duration of the performance and not the...

La Sonnambula / Arturo Marelli’s Vienna State Opera Production at the Greek National Opera
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La Sonnambula / Arturo Marelli’s Vienna State Opera Production at the Greek National Opera

“Christina Poulitsi treads with confidence and elegance. Produced a highly dramatic Amina without having to resort to cheating or being pretentious. Christina distances herself with each role from the “one trick pony” of the Queen of the Night , proving that she is a coloratura soprano that has the dramatic depth , technical excellence, as well...

GRAN TEATRE DEL LICEU QUEEN OF THE NIGHT DEBUT
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GRAN TEATRE DEL LICEU QUEEN OF THE NIGHT DEBUT

“Greek soprano Christina Poulitsi was excellent as Queen of the Night. Her voice has body , and she is remarkable in coloratura, hitting the top notes without any problem. There’s no question that she is one of the best interpreters of the character today”.

CONCERT WITH MO ZUBIN MEHTA AND ISRAEL PHILHARMONIC
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CONCERT WITH MO ZUBIN MEHTA AND ISRAEL PHILHARMONIC

“The international rising soprano Christina Poulitsi sang the popular arias of the Queen of the Night, Gilda and Rosina. Her lyric warm color, beautiful presence and her scenic ethos impressed the audience , which applauded warmly the young soprano. The highly difficult aria of the Queen of the Night was performed with secure and accurate...

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“Christina’s Poulitsi voice opened out in clear, ringing tones. Her runs were fluid and effortless and the coloratura precise, in tune and full bodied. In the second act her aria ‘Der Hölle Rache’, she demonstrated the same technical ease and an added dramatic thrust.”