Olga comes back to Europe after her debut in the role of Lucia di Lammermoor at The stage of Metropolitan Opera.
"The luminous soprano Olga Peretyatko-Mariotti, singing her first Lucia at the Met, who was at her best when it mattered most during the long, demanding mad scene... There were admirable qualities to Ms. Peretyatko-Mariotti’s Lucia" (New York Times)
"Olga Peretyatko-Mariotti & Vittorio Grigolo Triumph In ‘Lucia Di Lammermoor’ (www.operawire.com)
"Ms. Peretyatko-Mariotti possesses both the glamour of her Russian colleague, superstar Anna Netrebko, as well as the vocal discipline of a serious artist. She’s definitely one to watch as her career unfolds" (http://www.adriandimanlig.com/).
"Olga Peretyatko-Mariotti (as she is now known) acquitted herself reasonably well in the title role... the steady, girlish qualities were still there to be heard. Nevertheless, the voice has matured to the point where it might be time for this talented soprano to start thinking about new directions and fresher repertoire. The mad scene was moving" (www.concertonet.com)
Olga sung by the ceremony "Una voce poco fà" and got the prize from Thomas Gottschalk
Olga is happy to announce, that her 3rd album with Sony Classical ROSSINI! won the ECHO KLASSIK PRIZE as the best album.
Olga Peretyatko made an astonishing debut at Opernball Wiener Staatsoper singing with Placido Domingo.
They are musical moments that are remembered. In recent years, Olga Peretyatko-Mariotti’s agile soprano voice has gained in suppleness and lush depth, so that as Lieladie she can present the whole spectrum of emotions in modelled lines.
By the way she's editing this page herself!