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  • There was a new Olympia this time - Vassiliki Karayanni - with a lovely musical line, firm trills and effortless top notes. She proved the most popular performance of the night with the audience.
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    Intermezzo“The Tales of Hoffmann” in Covent Garden
  • Vassiliki Karayanni demonstrated effortlessly her great class by performing Gilda, Rigoletto’s daughter, a role that absolutely suits her in every respect. She combines appearance and voice and she could star in the biggest theaters of the world. As Gilda, she gifted us the «Caro nome» in a memorable way.
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    Nikos Vatopoulos“Rigoletto” – Greek National Opera
  • With the aria of the Queen of the Night, Vassiliki Karayanni was the Queen of the Night on the 4th of November 2015, the eve of the 224th anniversary of the death of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The tone of her voice subjugated the role, despite the «rough» of the aria. Having proved her talent and work many times - from Norina to Don Pasquale (in the production of G.N.O. on 2004) to more recent appearances- , she invades the scene and adds brilliance and power to the flawless production of Magic Flute.
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    Kostis D. Mpitsios“The Magic Flute”
  • Your voice is like the shadow of the dream. Listening to you, I am hearing inside the soul a distant whisper from a warm soul.
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    Agathi DimitroukaWriter
  • She has been applauded in the most important theaters of the world, following her instinct, namely what her soul always demanded and what each soul asks for from art: the uplift through the journey of emotions.
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    Dimitris Kalantzisinterview to postmodern.gr
  • Mrs. Vassiliki Karayanni is one of the most talented and beautiful presences in a music genre that is gaining more and more fans in Greece. This is proved by the Greek National Opera that is now being filled.
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    Evangelia Kantartziinterview to CityCulture.gr
  • Greek baritones and Greek sopranos flood the theaters of the world: Royal Opera House of London, Fenice in Venice, Metropolitan Opera, Copenhagen, Madrid, Sydney! – The soprano Vassiliki Karayanni as Queen of the Night in Mozart’s «Magic Flute».
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    Nikos Vatopouloseirinika.gr