Rivales en la ópera, pareja en la vida real


La mezzosoprano argentina se meterá en la piel de Sesto, mientras que el tenor estadounidense encarnará al emperador El matrimonio formado por Daniela Mack y Alek Shrader interpreta dos de los roles de ‘La clemenza di Tito’


MOT’s ‘Barber of Seville’ sparkles and soars

  • David Kiley

“Daniela Mack’s vocals are lovely, but her acting is even better as she plays Rosina as not quite the virginal waif we might think her to be, what with having a guardian. She is randy and embraces a ‘partner in crime” persona with Almaviva, but for a short time when she thinks he might have betrayed her.”


Il Barbiere di Siviglia – Michigan Opera Theatre

  • Jennifer Goltz

“Daniela Mack was a fresh, feisty, flawless Rosina, with a voice that sounded utterly alive. Mack had perfect control of her flexible lyric mezzo-soprano from top to bottom, showcased from her first entrance in the deliciously surprising ornamentation of her stunning “Una voce poco fa.” Mack’s flair for comedy and turn-on-a-dime expression top off a constellation of elements that make her ideal for this role.”


BLO’s ‘Barber of Seville’ a Comic and Musical Gem

  • Michael Hoban

“As Rosina, Daniela Mack is a marvel, shining in her first solo number, the cavatina, “Una voce poco fa” (“A voice a little while ago”) and later bringing down the house with the stunning aria in Act II, “Contro un cor”. She also has a real gift for comedy, as she masterfully combines an innocent sexuality with an expressive face as she defies her oppressive and lecherous ward.”