4 Oct 2017
Review by Kristóf Csengery
Theodora is very grateful to the renowned Hungarian music critic, poet and editor, Kristóf Csengery, for this notable review of her recent performance in Bach’s Der zufriedengestellte Aeolus (BWV 205).
It is very important in a piece such as Bach’s Der zufriedengestellte Aeolus, that it should not simply be sung, but must be portrayed, acted out and must include a certain theatricality in the interpretation of each phrase; and soprano Theodora Raftis, who performed the role of Pallas (Athene), knew exactly how to accomplish this and was perfectly capable in fulfilling this theatricality in her performance.
BARTÓK RÁDIÓ | Kristóf Csengery