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12.10.2012    Love and Longing - Record of the Month

Just how lucky is Magdalena Ko¾ená to have the accompaniment of her husband Sir Simon Rattle conduct...
Michael Cookson

12.09.2012    Magdalena in the title role of Carmen

In the title role of Carmen, Magdalena Ko¾ená with her dyed vivid red/auburn hair was mightily impre...
Michael Cookson

03.06.2008    Ah! mio cor - Händel arias

She´s a great communicator, with strong dramatic instincts and a distinctive mezzo voice. Her kaleid...
Geoff Brown, The Times (London) / 12 October 2007

03.06.2008    Ah! mio cor - Händel arias

Handel is good for Magdalena Kozená. She can deploy her formidable range across alto, mezzo and sopr...
Neil Fisher, The Times (London) / 19 November 2007

03.06.2008    Ah! mio cor - Händel arias

Magdalena Kozená is singing more satisfyingly than ever. The colour of her mezzo-soprano sound is as...
Martin Kettle, The Guardian (London), 17/11/2008

03.06.2008    Ah! mio cor - Händel arias

These arias, of course, are exceptionally rewarding for singer and listener alike . . . Kozená boast...
Roger Pines, International Record Review (London) / 01 November 2007

03.06.2008    Ah! mio cor - Händel arias

One of the toughest tests of a Handelian mezzo, Ariodante's 'Scherza infida' gets the full Kozená tr...
Anthony Holden, Observer (London) / 14 October 2007

03.06.2008    Ah! mio cor - Händel arias

Magdalena Kozená beguiles and enchants throughout this captivating collection. The Czech mezzo's mat...
Kate Bolton, BBC Music Magazine (London) / 01 November 2007

03.06.2008    Ah! mio cor - Händel arias

. . . the stirring and passionate execution of Handel's music is anything but dull routine . . . eve...
David Vickers, Gramophone (London) / 01 November 2007

03.06.2008    Ah! mio cor - Händel arias

A Handel aria recital from the Czech mezzo-cum-soprano . . . was always a recording waiting to happe...
Richard Wigmore, Daily Telegraph (London) / 17 November 2007

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