Premiere of Offenbach‘s opera »Les contes d‘Hoffmann« at the Theatre Ulm

Maryna Zubko performs all four female roles and masters the enormous vocal and acting challenge with an agile soprano and effortlessly controlled top notes. She convinces with her circus-like brilliance as the doll Olympia, touchingly as the young Antonia, who dies by singing, with seductive tones as the dangerous courtesan and finally confidently as the exasperated Stella.

Maryna Zubko is a soprano star in all three female roles and her movement as the automatic doll Olympia is sensational.

And then there is the distant lover in the red dress: it is not only the fourfold Maryna Zubko, the soprano, who shines brilliantly as Olympia, as a coloratura machine and sitting on Hoffmann with passionate climax tones.

Maryna Zubko sings (as is not unusual in this opera) the roles of all the lovers and clearly feels most at home in the role of the conniving courtesan Giulietta with the silver high heels, who plays with the men… She, who receives shouts of “Bravo!”, is vocally brilliant…

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