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"The first highlight was led by the soprano Marina Pacheco with Juliet’s aria from Gounod’s “Romeo and Juliet”. She was acclaimed by the audience two more times, having the opportunity to show her talent as an actress, beyond the nice voice, which she dominates with a young and elegant lightness even in the most difficult transitions.
The Philarmonic and the soprano with the clearly happy conductor Marc Tardue presented themselves as attentive companions and careful with the soloist, but also as a virtuous orchestra, extremely coordinated and with strong sonority. (...) it excited the audience for long lasting ovations that both the singer and the orchestra honestly deserved."
Jan-Lucas Schmitt | Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung | January 2015
"Likewise was expected the smile of the opera and oratorio Portuguese singer Marina Pacheco (...). “You’re never fully dressed without a smile”, says the young Portuguese. And that was what she received, as well as many and thunderous applauses after her performance of Olympia’s aria from “The Tales of Hoffmann” by Offenbach. With studied and lively lightness Pacheco sang the coloratura aria and impressed the audience.
"I loved “La Belle Hélène” by Offenbach and the arias with this wonderful young soprano (...).""
Carmen Busch | Mitteldeutsch Zeitung | January 2015
"Not fell short of the orchestral events and so much revelation the entrance of the young Portuguese Marina Pacheco, who knew how to delight the audience with her soprano voice placement.
An aria from “Romeo and Juliet” by Charles Gounod increased the tension that went to the first highlight of the night with the famous aria of the mechanical doll Olympia from “The Tales of Hoffmann” by Offenbach.
What has been sung with the orchestra under the direction of the conductor Marc Tardue at Volkshaus stage was the best of the musical theatre with a perfect virtuosity till the highest note of the soprano’s voice."
Hans Lehmann | Ostthüringer Zeitung | January 2015
"(...)The demanding role of Paris was delivered to the young soprano Marina Pacheco, who exhibited beyond remarkable musicality, unusual confident and solid technique, justifying the applause, not so much for nice physical presence, but also for the vocal ductility (...)"
Manuel Pedro Ferreira | Gosto e Desgosto" Jornal Público (about Paris and Helena by W. C. Gluck) | September 2012
“Marina Pacheco – one of the most acclaimed sopranos in the country.”
O Interior | January 2010
“This young singer, acclaimed as a new talent of the operatic singing in Portugal, reaffirms her promising career winning this important prize.”
www.rostos.pt (about the Prize at Terzo Concorso Internazionale di Canto Lirico Luciano Neroni/ Italy) | October 2009
“(…) she gave us the conviction of a talent that only the natural consummation of the maturity prepares the predictable consecration. Marina Pacheco has already the determined pitch, the loveliness and the flame as key ingredients. Time will be charged to polish the diamond that already appears (…) Marina Pacheco, we can not loose her sight.”
Simões Netto | O Primeiro de Janeiro | May 2006
“Marina had a brilliant performance in the interpretation of her song called “Esta é uma canção de embalar”, which deserved expressions of appreciation from other authors…”
Jornal da Maia (about the participation at Zecchino D’oro Children Competition Italy) | June 1994