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Soprano Katia Paschou was a stand out from the soloists of the performance "The Bat" for her interpretation as Adele both musically and acting wise.

New York Concert Review, New York
Soprano Katia Paschou's New York debut recital showed her to be an exciting and versatile singer. She performed the "Alleluia" from Mozart's "Exultate Jubilate" with grace and ease. Her tone was rich and pure, her coloratura passages clean and clear. And she nailed the work's high C with ease. She later exhibited another side of her talent with the dramatic rendition of the second song from Ravel's "Chansons Madécasses". The song opens with a Madagascan native's cry of rage. Ms. Paschou's performance was worthy of a great Tosca. In fact. the sound of her voice at full throttle reminded me of another soprano, Maria Callas. During the middle of this song, Ms. Paschou used a completely different tone color to soflty express the protagonist's anger.

Estia Newspaper, Athens


“Warm, clear sound and absolute contact with the audience”



La Bohème Puccini National Greek Opera 2014 backstage as Musetta with the renowned conductor Loukas Karytinos

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Die Fledermauss Strauss National Greek Opera 2014 backstage as Adele with the internationally acclaimed conductor Michalis Economou

Magic Flute Mozart National Greek Opera 2015 backstage as Papagena with the metropolitan opera bass and coach Dimitris Kavrakos

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