• First and foremost is Dina Kuznetsova, a beautiful Russian soprano, as Tatyana. Effortless in her vocal technique, she acts with as much brilliance as she sings. Her "Letter Scene" brings the house down.

    Jeffrey Bruce, Talkin' Broadway
  • Dina Kuznetsova is outstanding in Anthony Minghella's production of Puccini's Madam Butterfly at ENO.

    William Hartston, Express
  • She convinced and moved hearts: her soprano is ripe with Romantic lyricism, and full of dusky hues, she can also spin a gorgeous pianissimo.

    Claire Seymour, Opera Today
  • Soprano Dina Kuznetsova was a poignant Pamina, her dark, sumptuous tone lending an air of majesty to the performance.

    Joshua Kosman, San-Francisco Chronicle Music Critic

  • Dina Kuznetsova brings a gleaming lyric soprano with an appealing steely edge at the top. Her final cry of “farewell forever” was met with immediate applause from the audience.

    Lawrence Budmen
  • Dina Kuznetsova is glorious in the title role, unleashing torrents of sound and emotion in ways that are breathtaking

    Tim Ashley, The Guardian
  • Dina Kuznetsova proved an abundantly satisfying Tatyana. A finely calibrated diminuendo in the final scene was one of the vocal glories of the evening.

    Mark Thomas Ketterson, Opera News
  • The only pause for breath is Lauretta's song, showcasing the lovely Dina Kuznetsova in an auspicious Royal Opera debut.

    Andrew Clark, Financial Times

  • Kuznetsova's rapturous voice is lovely and supple, making a triumph of the opera’s most famous scene.It is, indeed, a tour de force which earned some of the most sustained applause heard in recent seasons.

    Bill Hirschman, Florida Theater on Stage
  • what a seductive and arresting voice - warm and generous, with an easy top end that conceals a true lyric temperament

    Le Figaro
  • Dina Kuznetsova gave a stupendous performance as Tatiana, characterized by linguistic nuance, musical command and emotional depth.

    Judith Malafronte, Opera News
  • But the real show-stealer is Dina Kuznetsova as Rusalka. Kuznetsova's bell-clear and shatteringly powerful soprano voice conveys the nymph's pain and longing in an incredibly moving performance.

    Andy Wasley

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