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Vocalists

Daniela Mack


— Mezzo-Soprano

“Her voice has extraordinary agility and range, and she has an impressively fearsome-sounding chest register, reminiscent of Marilyn Horne, which she used to comic effect.”
Alexander Campbell, Classical Source, September 13, 2016 - Rosina in 'Il barbiere di Siviglia' at Royal Opera House - Covent Garden

“Daniela Mack delivers a fiery Rosina in a punchy, vibrant mezzo that's deeply satisfying.”
Mark Doucet, The Times, September 14, 2016- Rosina in 'Il barbiere di Siviglia' at Royal Opera House - Covent Garden

“As Rosmira, mezzo-soprano Daniela Mack delivered a superb follow-up to her star turn in last season’s “Barber of Seville,” delivering athletic, perfectly tuned coloratura and letting the audience feel viscerally the depth of the character’s ardor and pain.”
Joshua Kosman, San Francisco Chronicle, October 16, 2014 - Rosmira in 'Partenope' at San Francisco Opera

“Carmen’s Seguidilla in the first act has in recent times become the vehicle for the singer to convey a maximum of sensuality. Daniela Mack matches a bounty of rounded curves with her sultry mezzo voice, dark enough to be rebellious yet bright enough to keep the character constantly intriguing. One can easily believe her seducing Don Jose into abandoning all sense of duty. No one will be able to claim this isn’t the “real Carmen” in either voice or appearance.”
D.S. Crafts, Albuquerque Journal, June 28, 2014 - Title role in 'Carmen' at Santa Fe Opera

“Argentinian Daniela Mack might have scored highest on points: a purringly elegant BMW of a singer, with perfect legato in Gounod’s “O ma lyre”…I would deem her the finished article.”
Rupert Christiansen, The Telegraph, June 24, 2013 - BBC Cardiff Singer of the World Finals

About

Mezzo-soprano Daniela Mack has been acclaimed for her “caramel timbre, flickering vibrato, and crisp articulation” (Opernwelt) as she “hurls fast notes like a Teresa Berganza or a Frederica von Stade” (San Francisco Chronicle).

In the 2017-2018 season, Daniela Mack will create the role of Elizabeth Cree in the world premiere of Kevin Puts and Mark Campbell’s Elizabeth Cree at Opera Philadelphia and will return later in the season for Carmen. She returns to the Washington National Opera as Bradamante in Alcina, debuts at the Seattle Opera as Berlioz’s Béatrice in . . .

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