“Ms. Novitskaia lent her powerful voice to the creation of the character of Ulrica in “Re dell’abisso, affrettati” from Ballo in Maschera. The way she used the texture of her mezzo instrument created an aura of suspense. We loved the final “Silencio!”. In the lower register she has a contralto quality. She “plays well with others” as we saw in the numerous duets. She was a very commanding and devious Amneris in the duet “Fu la sorte dell’armi a’ tuoi funesta” from Aida, tricking her rival Aida.” – Voce di Meche

“Mezzo-soprano Natasha Novitskaia, came out with a red dress and red flower…she gave a very sexy performance of Carmen’s aria “L’amour est un oiseau rebelle.” Her mezzo voice easily dipped down to the lower register and up to the higher notes in her range. At the end, she threw a red flower into the audience.” – Voce di Mechi

Natasha Novitskaia singing Ulrica at the VIVA VERDI Opera Gala, New York City

“…il mezzosoprano russo Natasha Novitskaia fu una ottima Amneris, dalla voce traspartente e decisa, senza tentennamenti.” *- Francesco Giordano for “Globus Magazine”, Italy

* “the Russian mezzo-soprano Natasha Novitskaia was a very good Amneris, with a transparent and decisive voice, without hesitation.”

© 2019 by Matthew Laifer Artists Management

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