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Maria Rebekka Stoehr added a in terms of voice and acting appealing portait as outgoing Olga.
Pforzheimer Zeitung | Feb. 2008
One would expect more energy of her sister Olga, but Tschaikowsky doesn't grant her much individuality. Maria Rebekka Stoehr, however, taps the full potential given with her dark and distinctive mezzo-soprano.
Pforzheimer Kurier | Feb 2008
Very appealing, modern and saucy, Maria Rebekka Stoehr could be heard as Olga, vocally pliant and colorful.
Muehlacker Tagblatt | Feb 2008
Beautiful, well defined voice(s) by [...] and Maria Rebekka Stoehr as Olga.
Orpheus International | Feb 2008
Also Maria Rebekka Stoehr as Tatjana's younger sister was convincing. She has a gentle, resonant mezzo-soprano, one would like to also hear in parts such as e.g. Dorabella, Cherubino or Octavian.
BNN | Mar 2008