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Merkin Concert Hall, New York City: "'Ten Haiku', by Veljo Tormis, were sung compellingly by soprano, Anna Bartos." --THE NEW YORK TIMES

Carnegie Recital Hall (Weill) Debut: "Anna Bartos sang beautifully the songs of Jannequin, Lassus, Moreley, Castelnuovo-Tedesco, and a cantata by Vivaldi." -- THE NEW YORK TIMES

The Turn of the Screw - West Coast Premiere, UCLA: "Anna Bartos was excellent as Flora in Britten's The Turn of the Screw directed by Lotfi Mansouri and Jan Popper. --THE LOS ANGELES TIMES

Lucia di Lammermoor: "Her Lucia displayed a velvet-like delicacy, an expressive, warmly rich voice, and an exciting coloratura. She movingly portrayed the tragic character." --PASADENA STAR NEWS (Pasadena, CA)

Song of Solomon for Soloist, Chorus and Orchestra at Leningrad Musical Spring International Festival: "Anna Bartos' singing was full of elegance and free expression, as if Russian were her native tongue. I was struck by her total musicality and complete dedication to her performance and her art." – Sergei Slonimsky,Composer/Conductor – LENINGRAD (Russia)

Pamina (The Magic Flute) with Opera de Mexico: "Anna Bartos is a lyric soprano with an exquisite, delicate, velvet-like voice which is expressive, brilliant and full of grace and demonstrates fine style." -- EL UNIVERSAL (Mexico City)

Die Zauberflöte: "Anna Bartos sang Pamina with crystalline notes and exquisite sensitivity." -- EXCELSIOR (Mexico City)

SOLO RECITAL: Teatro de la Paz, Mexico City:

MUSICA--EXCELLENT SINGER..."beautiful singing...mastery of vocal technique...Her interpretations embraced a variety of styles with great success. She soared to unsuspected heights of emotion and expression in the lieder of Schubert and Ravel. Manuel M. Ponce and 'Tata Nacho' were magnificently interpreted!" -- REVISTA TIEMPO (Mexico City)

"The lieder of Schubert and Ravel's 'Mélodies' were the height of concert expression." -- EXCELSIOR (Mexico City)

CLOSER TO FROST..."Anna Bartos, attractive lyric soprano, whose singing displayed a fine technique and intense musicality, gave us an artistic performance to remember!" -- REVISTA SIEMPRE (Mexico City)

Don Giovanni with Los Angeles Opera: "Anna Bartos gave us a piquant, delicious Zerlina. Her legato was more than admirable." --BRENTWOOD-WESTWOOD HILLS PRESS

The Pearlfishers at Aspen Music Festival: "Leila was sung by soprano Anna Bartos who beautifully portrayed the virgin priestess with her lovely warm voice, excellent dramatic flair and fine coloratura." -- COLORADO SPRINGS GAZETTE TELEGRAPH