“It wasn’t a recital in the classical sense. It was a joyous mixture of different genres, from the classical art song, to opernaries, to the chanson, which the young singer presented with charm and great conviction.What made this rather colorful evening fun was the fact that Marina Viotti is “at home” in all genres. Her voice sounds warm and full, is lean and extremely versatile. She also has virtuosic coloratura as we could hear in Rossini “Una voce poco fa”.She exhibited her actorial talent and her intelligent character representation in the arias “Séguedilles” from Bizet’s “Carmen” and “Je t’adore, Brigand” from Offenbach’s “La Péricole”. A magic moment was the “Chanson triste” from Duparc.The message of “music as bridge above borders”, which Marina Viotti emphasized in her presentation, was evident not least in the multilingual texts of different nations. ” (Aachen Zeitung)
Mezzo soprano. Marina was born in Switzerland, her parents both being musicians, and grew up in France. Curious by nature, she did not only study classical music (flute), but also explored jazz, metal or chanson.
Marina is represented by Hilbert Artist Management (firstname.lastname@example.org)