Mezzo Soprano Anna Tonna has been described as "mezzo heroine who knows how to sing Rossini" by the Rossini Gessellschaft and as "showing off her warm, secure mezzo-soprano to maximum advantage" by the New York Magazine; accolades such as these explain her constant demand as a recitalist and opera singer in both Europe and the Americas. The combination of a highly developed coloratura with a full, balanced, flexible lower register have guaranteed her acclaim as a lyric mezzo, both in familiar roles Rosina, Carmen, Dorabella, as well as in more rare repertoire by Paisiello, Vivaldi, Mascagni, Zandonai and Giordano. Read more
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Criticism / Superb display of Spanish song (Week “Lucrecia Arana”) - by Eduardo Aisa
Logroño - 06/21/2021
Among the numerous and interesting activities, conversations and lyrical concerts that this first “Lucrecia Arana” Lyric Week in Logroño has brought us , we must highlight the recital of Spanish song by the excellent North American mezzo-soprano Anna Tonna accompanied on piano by her compatriot Mac McClure , both great lovers and scholars of Spanish music.