In seeing Mozart's Women at the Winterfest, I was saddened at the fact it only plays three days and this was its last performance. I have just found out that the show was so popular that they have added a fourth performance February 20th at 9pm. The show is written, directed and performed by Anna Mantovani (Gudrun Buhler), a beautiful, tall, lithe, performer whose operatic instrument is beyond glorious. Mozart's Women is a one-woman drama infused with arias. Telling the story through the eyes of Constanze, Mozart's wife we learn about the life of the maestro...Ms.Mantovani's writing is poetic and lyrical and we are given a glimpse into another time and place where Mozart, who piled on debts, placed Constanze in a difficult position. ... This is a god given voice and it is so expressive that even though the arias are in another language, the meaning is crystal clear. I cannot say enough about this instrument because it is so completely professional and outstanding...This is a voice that needs to be heard and I am so glad I was witness to it tonight.
Suzanna Bowling, co-owner and publisher of Times Square Chronicles, February 3rd 2017
Only a few singers dare take on the challenge of his (Arnold Schoenberg) Quartet Op.10 in F-Sharp Minor, yet it is a pivotal work in the development of the music of the 20th and 21st Centuries. So I was astonished and much gratified by Miss Buhler's mastery of this difficult music. Beyond the sheer vocal beauty and penetrating interpretive insights she would bring to any work she performs..."
"I can say plainly that those who hear her concerts, broadcasts, and recordings are immediately connected to a thread of performance practice and inner knowledge stretching back to Beethoven and before. There are simply so few people of her caliber and experience..."
Violist of the internationally renowned American String Quartet. Quartet in residence at the Manhattan School of Music
When Yellow were the Stars on Earth
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