Daniela Mack Sizzles as Carmen for Opera Philadelphia

  • Rick Perdian

“Daniela Mack’s Carmen [was] a fiery gypsy femme fatale, whose voice smoldered as intensely as her gaze; men were putty in her hands. All her arias were tossed off with panache, but it was the Card Scene where her dark mezzo-soprano was shown off to full advantage. The Argentinean soprano had the style needed to wear a dazzling red flamenco dress that Don José shreds before slitting her throat in the final seconds of the opera.”


Opera Philadelphia closes season with triumphant ‘Carmen’

  • Rita Charleston

“A tempting siren who can have any man she wants, Mack plays her character well and quite effectively as she sings the seductive “Habenera” and the castanet-accompanied dance ‘Je vais danser en votre honneur … La la la.’”


Seattle Opera’s ‘Beatrice and Benedict,’ entertaining, if not perfect

  • Maggie Larrick

“Alek Shrader and Daniela Mack had delectable chemistry on opening night as the swaggering Benedict and feisty Beatrice. Initially one-upping each other with clever barbs as comfortably as habit, they displayed a lovely vulnerability as they fall in love. Mack’s dusky mezzo had superb agility and reach, and Shrader had a warmly expansive tenor.”


Poignant opera on the Kennedy family debuts in Canada

  • Avleen Mokha

“Mack’s impeccable performance communicates Jackie’s struggles with the loss of her two children, Arabella and Patrick, while trying to establish a sense of intimacy with her distant husband. Her monologues are rife with imagery of loss, as she mourns the pain of an empty crib.”


JFK: L’étrange rêve de Monsieur Jack

  • Caroline Rodgers

“Les chanteurs sont tous à la hauteur, en particulier la mezzo-soprano Daniela Mack, dont on peut dire qu’elle porte une grande partie de la production sur ses épaules. Elle transmet magistralement et avec émotion la musique de Little, qui lui a donné un rôle fort mais difficile ainsi que les plus beaux airs.”