...the luminous soprano Sherezade Panthaki floated her arias with pure, penetrating tone, mining deep emotion from the subtle shaping of the lines.The New York Times, May 2011
The amazing singer in the group was Sherezade Panthaki, a modern day Emma Kirkby...her vocal focus tight and precise, she sang Handel’s difficult music as if it were totally easy, including the fastest Rejoice Greatly I have ever heard.Calgary Herald, December 2013
John Scott conducted a taut, briskly paced and moving interpretation, enhanced by the singing of the two soloists; in particular Ms. Panthaki, with her radiant, deeply expressive soprano.The New York Times, November 2012
Leading the cast was soprano Sherezade Panthaki as Galatea, a regular Philharmonia soloist who outdid herself in a performance of cool tonal beauty and technical precision; her aria "As when the dove," with its showy vocal leaps, was the embodiment of effortless grace.SFGate, April 2014
In the soprano solos, Sherezade Panthaki was a model of Baroque style and interpretive acuity, and she entered into enchanting conversation with a pinpoint member of the chorus in the echo aria of the fourth cantata.The Cleveland Plain Dealer, April 2013
The amazing singer in the group was soprano Sherezade Panthaki, a modern day Emma Kirkby, with astonishing coloratura and radiant top notes. Her vocal focus tight and precise, she sang Handel’s difficult music as if it were totally easy, including the fastest Rejoice Greatly I have ever heard in which the runs were actually articulated.
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Bach: Cantata 51 "Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen"
Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen (Cantata 51, Jauchzet Gott)
Bach: Matthäus Passion (St. Matthew Passion)
Aus Liebe will mein Heiland sterben
Quel sguardo sdegnosetto