Ultime news


“And then it‘s still the case with the magnificent, charming and hitherto unknown singer in France, the American Madelyn Monti… the beautiful Bostonian who played Floria Tosca on all the big stages is a deliciously dramatic soprano, and not only in Vissi d’Arte, which she gives as a tragic remorse, but in all the components of this woman in turn jealous and frivolous, passionate and ultimately, a desperate rebel. Yes the texture is immense (but not powerful in the bass and the colour is magical), the vocal melisma, the high tones, the sensual phrasing complete to make it divissima.”
Michel Huvet

“In her debut as Tosca, Madelyn Monti has shown that she understood the character, faced by a soprano with strong vocality. Monti possesses good technique and good intensity, homogeneous in extension and in the messe di voce.”
Roberto Del Nista, L’Opera Magazine

“Madelyn Monti was a protagonist of shining femininity who unreservedly committed her soprano voice with a pleasant dark tone to exploit a greater characterization of the role.”
Eva Pleus, L’Opera Magazine