Kathryn Lewek debuts at Barcelona’s beautiful Gran Teatre del Liceu singing the role of Teresa in Terry Gilliam’s production of Benvenuto Cellini by Berlioz.
Nov 8th – 19th Buy Tickets
What the critics are saying:
“Everything comes alive when she’s on stage. When she sweeps off, the opera light goes out.” – Houston Press
“Kathryn Lewek makes a formidable Queen of the Night, rising to the challenge of the work’s showiest role. She brings brilliant virtuosity and control to the coloratura fireworks of her Act 2 aria of dire threats and wrath.” – Houston Chronicle
“Soprano Kathryn Lewek was a jaw-dropping Queen of the Night…that she nails the aria is not news, but she breathes real fire into this production. Everything comes alive when she’s on stage.” – Houston Press
“There is the formidable Lewek raining down thunder claps and lightning flashes when she opens her mouth. The original Queen of the Night was Mozart’s sister-in-law, Josepha Hofer, known for her flawless fiery technique. Make room for Lewek. She burns.” – Houston Press