languages

Bach & Pergolesi (VIERSEN)

Schares fascinated the audience with her highly distinguished and

haunting interpretation of "Es ist vollbracht" from Bachs Johannespassion.

Whether soloistic or in duet - the two vocalists inthused with flawless stilistic and vivid performance.

The mezzo-soprano showed particular intensity in dramatic moments ("Fac, ut portem christi mortem").

(Rheinische Post)

 


 

New Years Concert (SUNDERN)

Above all mezzo-soprano Sandra Schares performed brilliantly at the

finely nuanced "Una voce poco fa" from Rossinis Barber of Sevilla.

(Westfalenpost)

 


 

Tell me the truth about love (RECITAL)

 No matter which mood a song should spread: Sczepanek and Schares played

with perfection and obvious passion... Schares inspired the lyrics with her voice...

Whether cheeking (...) or raving (...): Her voice always

carried the proper emotion.

(Westfälischer Anzeiger)



 

She knows what she wants (CHANSONS)

Sandra Schares has a fine sense for drama and humor (...)

a lightly melancholic shaded mezzo voice which benefits the lyrics.

(Sonntagsblatt)

 

Wonderfully accompagnied by Maren Donner, Sandra Schares impressed

with her colourful voice and acting skills.

(Lüttringhauser Anzeiger)

 


 

Sacred songs and arias (MERLER ABENDMUSIKEN)

The emotional and first-class vocal performance of Schares took the audience

under her spell. The harmonic interaction of the orgue and the flute, as well

as the warm, melodious voice of the singer enravished the audience

to spontanious intermediate applauses. 

(General-Anzeiger Bonn)

 


 

The Tales of Hoffmann (VOICE OF THE MOTHER / STELLA)

Sandra Schares was a vocally intensive mother of Antonia... 

(Maintal Tagesanzeiger)

 

 Sandra Schares portrayed the beloved singer Stella, whos

self-confident beauty (and melodious, warm mezzosoprano)

makes Hoffmann - in context of opera - finally turn towards artistry. 

(Gelnhäuser Tageblatt)